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Death is always the saddest part of the life system. While cricket is for joy, passion, the pride of a team etc., just like the other sports, it gives very hurtful feeling to the cricket fans when they hear the death of a cricketer.
Here we are talking about the top four cricketers’ deaths which are the still mysteries.
Frederick Percy Hardy was an English first-class cricketer who served for the Somerset from 1903 to 1914. Hardy was a left-handed batsman and right-arm medium bowler who played 100 first-class matches where he scored 2743 runs (average 16.32) and also took 91 wickets.
At the age of 35-year-old, Hardy died on 9th March 1916 and his death is still a mystery. According to Wisden 1917 edition, Hardy “was found dead on the floor of a lavatory at King’s Cross station (G.N.R.) on March 9. His throat was cut and a blood-stained knife was by his side.”
However, according to historian David Foot, it was Hardy’s knife and he decided to suicide due to getting distressed for being sent back to the World War I battlefield.