Hasan Ali sees bright future after recovering from injury


Test cricketer Hasan Ali sees a bright future after making comeback in competitive cricket after almost nine months.

Hasan, who last played a match in Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 5, told reporters that he is completely fit and available for the national team’s selection.

“I see a bright future of me ahead as I am completely fit now and ready to wear a green shirt once again,” said Hasan. “I fought hard with my injuries and it took a lot of passion and determination to be back on the field. I look forward to performing well in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and make my case stronger for Pakistan selection,” he added.

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During the online press conference, Hasan was also asked about his friend Shadab Khan being appointed as vice-captain in white-ball format. He wished him the best of luck and also want to play under his leadership soon.

“I was really happy to see him becoming the vice-captain. I congratulated him and wish he and Babar Azam lead Pakistan to big achievements being young leaders,” he concluded.

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