Australian spin wizard Shane Warne has been linked with a long-list of women over the years. By his own admission now, the 45-year-old feels he is a womaniser - much like television character Harvey Specter in the immensely popular show 'Suits.'
In a tweet in which he compared Australian cricketers to characters of Suits, Warne likens himself with Specter - played by Gabriel Macht, a suave corporate lawyer, who toys with feelings of women in the show.
While Specter has a huge fan following for his portrayal of a cunning yet sophisticated New York lawyer, Warne too has a long list of admirers. Regarded as one of the best cricketers ever, he announced his retirement in 2006 after taking 708 Test and 293 ODI wickets. While his on-field achievements have made several headlines, Warne has even hogged the limelight courtesy his high-profile life off the field.
Father of three children, Warne was married to Simone Callahan but the two parted ways after allegations of an affair broke out during the 2005 England tour. While several tabloids reported a few unconfirmed affairs since his divorce, Warne officially admitted being in a relationship in 2010 when he met actress Elizabeth Hurley. This too did not work out after the two called it quits - apparently as Warne failed to agree to marriage.
There were even unconfirmed reports that Warne could get back with his former wife Callahan but the former cricketer shot down the speculations.
Nonetheless, Warne has had a colourful life, with members of the opposite gender adding cheery hues to his tale.