Andrew Symonds Death: Parents did not know, ‘War’ fought against the country itself, faced death for 3 hours!

Former Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds died at the age of 46. This cricketer lost his life in a road accident in Queensland.

May 15, 2022 | 9:47 am

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Anoop Singh

May 15, 2022 | 9:47 am




Andrew Symonds, former Australian cricketer and one of the biggest match winners of world cricket, lost his life in a road accident on Saturday night.  Symonds was only 46 years old.  According to reports, Symonds' car was 50 km from the city of Townsville.  It overturned down the road.  The badly injured Symonds did not survive.  Let us tell you that the career of Symonds, his life was very interesting.  From childhood till the end of his life, he used to remain in the headlines for reasons other than cricket.  Let us tell you those 5 big things in the life of Symonds that very few fans might know.  (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

Andrew Symonds, former Australian cricketer and one of the biggest match winners of world cricket, lost his life in a road accident on Saturday night. Symonds was only 46 years old. According to reports, Symonds’ car was 50 km from the city of Townsville. It overturned down the road. The badly injured Symonds did not survive. Let us tell you that the career of Symonds, his life was very interesting. From childhood till the end of his life, he used to remain in the headlines for reasons other than cricket. Let us tell you those 5 big things in the life of Symonds that very few fans might know. (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

Andrew Symonds was of West Indies origin and was adopted by a couple from England.  Symonds got British citizenship but moved to Australia during his youth.  Although he had passports from both the UK and Australia.  (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

Andrew Symonds was of West Indies origin and was adopted by a couple from England. Symonds got British citizenship but moved to Australia during his youth. Although he had passports from both the UK and Australia. (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

Andrew Symonds chose to play cricket from Australia instead of England.  In 1995, he got a place in the England A team but he refused to play from there.  Symonds was selected in the Queensland team and the right-handed batsman scored an unbeaten 108 against England.  This was his first first class century.(PC-Andrew Symonds Instagram)

Andrew Symonds chose to play cricket from Australia instead of England. In 1995, he got a place in the England A team but he refused to play from there. Symonds was selected in the Queensland team and the right-handed batsman scored an unbeaten 108 against England. This was his first first class century.(PC-Andrew Symonds Instagram)

Symonds made his debut for Australia at the age of just 23 but he could not cement his place in the team for 5 years.  After this, Symonds had made up his mind to leave cricket.  In the year 2002, he started concentrating from cricket to the game of rugby.  He also started practice with the rugby team Brisbane Broncos.  He also played rugby matches in the year 2009 but after that Symonds returned to cricket and he played till 2011.  (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

Andrew Symonds Death 5 Lesser Known Facts About Australian Allrounder

Andrew Symonds was very fond of fishing.  However, this hobby had become a threat to his life.  Once Symonds went fishing in the sea with his friend Matthew Hayden and another friend.  There his boat sank.  After this, all three had to swim for 3 hours and reach the shore.  Where Symonds and Hayden were swimming, there was a fear of sharks, but despite this, this cricketer took such a big risk to save his life.  (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

Andrew Symonds was very fond of fishing. However, this hobby had become a threat to his life. Once Symonds went fishing in the sea with his friend Matthew Hayden and another friend. There his boat sank. After this, all three had to swim for 3 hours and reach the shore. Where Symonds and Hayden were swimming, there was a fear of sharks, but despite this, this cricketer took such a big risk to save his life. (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

People used to affectionately call Symonds Roy.  Symonds was given this name by Australian cricketers.  In fact, he thought that the face of Symonds resembled that of basketball player Leroy Loggins.  Leroy was a basketball player from Brisbane.  (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)

People used to affectionately call Symonds Roy. Symonds was given this name by Australian cricketers. In fact, he thought that the face of Symonds resembled that of basketball player Leroy Loggins. Leroy was a basketball player from Brisbane. (PC-Andrew Symmonds Instagram)






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