Warnie may have bowled his last ball in cricket with one more blemish against his name

Sydney, Jan. 18 (ANI): Shane Warne is set to bow out of the Big Bash on a low note, and will go out with one more blemish against his name.

It's understood that the legendary spinner has told close mates among the Melbourne Stars that Wednesday night's last-ball loss in Perth will be his Big Bash League finale.

Stars president Eddie McGuire said that Warne would only make his decision 'after working out what he's doing physically, family and business wise', news.com.au reports.

But after a controversial series, in which he's been suspended and fined for his role in a heated clash with Melbourne Renegades all-rounder Marlon Samuels, Warne, 43, is thought to have already made a call privately.

In typical Warne style, he will be locking horns with the establishment at least once more after being booked for breaching Cricket Australia's Code of Behaviour in the semi-final loss to the Scorchers, as the hearing will take place the next week, the report added. (ANI)

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