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The former doctor of the Australian men’s cricket team has spoken publicly for the first time to reveal the complications to Shane Warne’s health.

A Cricket Australia doctor has revealed the cricket legend’s heart problems were coming for a long time.

Dr Peter Brukner, the former team doctor of the Australian men’s cricket team, said Warne likely had heart disease towards the end of his life.

Warne’s family have revealed he had been suffering with heart troubles and asthma in the weeks leading up to his death, and had also completed a 14-day liquid only diet.

Brukner now says Warne’s issues were predictable.

“Warnie, if he had heart disease, which sounds like he did, you know, that didn’t happen overnight in Thailand,” he said in an interview with Triple M Perth.

“It’s been happening for 20, 30 years from smoking, poor diet, etc, etc.”

It comes just days after Warne’s close friend and former teammate Ian Healy also spoke of his fears of Warne dying young.

The Aussie wicketkeeping great, a former teammate of the magical leg-spinner, means no disrespect and has been left devastated by Warne’s sudden death of a suspected heart attack on Saturday morning.

However, Healy said he was not shocked when he first learned of the tragic news.

Healy travelled the world with the 52-year-old national icon — and witnessed first hand the hurricane he could be both on and off the field.

Warne’s battles with the scales have been a constant interest of fans even following his career.

He recently lost 14kg as part of a fasting diet, but announced this week he wanted to lose weight.

He posted four days ago that he had started “operation shred” to lose the weight he had put on since his previous health kick.

It is this yoyo dieting and his at one time commonly-known susceptibility to vices, including drinking and smoking, that left Healy fearing the “Spin King” would die young.

Healy said he was worried Warne would have been battling cancer at a young age.

“An early passing didn’t surprise me for Warnie,” Healy told The Today Show.

“He didn’t look after his body that well. He yo-yoed up and down.

“He didn’t put much sunscreen on. I thought it would have become skin issues for him over time, but not at 52. And he would have been full of beans right to the end, I bet.”

Brukner said Warne’s death should be a wake up call for men to monitor their health and to undergo an annual check-up through a GP.

“The issue with these things is you don’t develop heart disease in a minute. It’s a very gradual process,” he said.

Despite his knowledge of Warne’s health complications, Brukner said he is still shocked.

“Just unbelievable,” he said.

“None of us can really believe it, can we? He was a larger than life character.”


The former doctor of the Australian men’s cricket team has spoken publicly for the first time to reveal the complications to Shane Warne’s health.

A Cricket Australia doctor has revealed the cricket legend’s heart problems were coming for a long time.

Dr Peter Brukner, the former team doctor of the Australian men’s cricket team, said Warne likely had heart disease towards the end of his life.

Warne’s family have revealed he had been suffering with heart troubles and asthma in the weeks leading up to his death, and had also completed a 14-day liquid only diet.

Brukner now says Warne’s issues were predictable.

“Warnie, if he had heart disease, which sounds like he did, you know, that didn’t happen overnight in Thailand,” he said in an interview with Triple M Perth.

“It’s been happening for 20, 30 years from smoking, poor diet, etc, etc.”

It comes just days after Warne’s close friend and former teammate Ian Healy also spoke of his fears of Warne dying young.

The Aussie wicketkeeping great, a former teammate of the magical leg-spinner, means no disrespect and has been left devastated by Warne’s sudden death of a suspected heart attack on Saturday morning.

However, Healy said he was not shocked when he first learned of the tragic news.

Healy travelled the world with the 52-year-old national icon — and witnessed first hand the hurricane he could be both on and off the field.

Warne’s battles with the scales have been a constant interest of fans even following his career.

He recently lost 14kg as part of a fasting diet, but announced this week he wanted to lose weight.

He posted four days ago that he had started “operation shred” to lose the weight he had put on since his previous health kick.

It is this yoyo dieting and his at one time commonly-known susceptibility to vices, including drinking and smoking, that left Healy fearing the “Spin King” would die young.

Healy said he was worried Warne would have been battling cancer at a young age.

“An early passing didn’t surprise me for Warnie,” Healy told The Today Show.

“He didn’t look after his body that well. He yo-yoed up and down.

“He didn’t put much sunscreen on. I thought it would have become skin issues for him over time, but not at 52. And he would have been full of beans right to the end, I bet.”

Brukner said Warne’s death should be a wake up call for men to monitor their health and to undergo an annual check-up through a GP.

“The issue with these things is you don’t develop heart disease in a minute. It’s a very gradual process,” he said.

Despite his knowledge of Warne’s health complications, Brukner said he is still shocked.

“Just unbelievable,” he said.

“None of us can really believe it, can we? He was a larger than life character.”

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