Ex Australian cricketer Dean Jones died of a heart attack. Jones was part of the IPL Twenty Twenty Review Panel and stayed at the Seven Star Hotel in Mumbai in the BioSecure Environment; he died at the age of 59 on 24 September 2020, Mumbai.
Dean Jones was not only a seasoned cricketer of his day; he was also a brilliant cricket specialist. He has had experience commenting on cricket leagues around the world. In the Indian media, Jones was a prominent face.
He was considered to be Professor Tino. He’s written on plenty of the world’s hacks. Let me remind you that last night, Dean Jones was reporting on the IPL match. Born in Melbourne, Jones played 52 tests for Australia, where he scored 6,631 runs.
At this time, the average was 46 decimal 55. The maximum result was 216. Jones had a record of 11 centuries and was also a significant member of the Allen Ball unit.