Former skipper Azhar Ali stated on Tuesday that though his docs would make the ultimate name on his health and availability for the upcoming collection towards New Zealand, he was optimistic about his possibilities for a return to worldwide cricket.
Ali was incapacitated following a hamstring damage in an ODI in Sydney in January this yr, which Pakistan misplaced by ninety two runs.
“I’ve been consulting my docs each day and they’re taking it one step at a time,” he stated.
Through the Quaid-i-Azam Trophy collection in Karachi, Ali scored a century in his comeback match. “It’s by no means straightforward to make a comeback after an damage and it’s all the time a irritating time,” he stated, including that the expertise was a “pleasing” one which gave him hope of a return to worldwide cricket.
The opener stated he had been working very arduous with docs for over a month, and that he now felt extra snug on the pitch.
“I’ll proceed my work, which I’ve been doing for greater than a month,” he stated.
Pakistan are to tour New Zealand later this month, and Ali stated that he had sufficient time earlier than the collection started to get match.
Azhar Ali captained the Lahore Qalandars within the opening season of Pakistan Tremendous League, however was changed by New Zealand’s Brendon McCollum in season two and remained unpicked for the third season.
“Challenges and disappointments are a part of life however I all the time take issues positively. I’m making an attempt to concentrate on the codecs by which I get to play,” he added.
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