Former Australian Test cricketer Max Walker has died at age 68.
He made his Test debut in 1973 and took 138 wickets in 34 Tests, with his bizarre medium-pace bowling action earning him the nickname ‘Tangles’.
Walker had a career-best of 8 for 143 against England at the MCG in 1975.
After retiring from the game, Walker became a high-profile author, media personality, and public speaker.
Carol Maye, Readers Bureau, Fellow
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