When will Fawad Alam decide to retire?

Left-handed batsman Fawad Alam has responded to retirement rumors, confirming his determination to return to Pakistan soon to make important decisions. Speaking to a local sports website in America, Fawad Alam discussed his current cricket schedule and plans regarding retirement. Fawad Alam said, “I am currently here in America to play cricket, I will be back very soon.

At present, I am playing cricket and will take all decisions including retirement on my return. I will come back and handle all these things, and do this. Decisions will be made very soon”. Remember that in August 2023, the Indian media reported that Fawad Alam had left domestic cricket to seek opportunities in America.

The left-handed batsman brushed aside rumors of his retirement while speaking on Wednesday.

The report further states that Fawad Alam,

who will play his last Test in Sri Lanka in 2022, has joined Chicago Kingsmen as a local player in Minor League Cricket T20.

Minor League Major League Cricket (MLC) falls under the umbrella of America’s First Cricket League, which ended in late July. The unconventional left-handed batsman made his Test debut in 2009 after a brief stint in white-ball cricket following his debut in 2007.

However, he was dropped from the team after his third Test that year. He had to wait more than 10 years to return to the Test team. During this time he completed his 10,000 runs in domestic cricket. In 2020, he got a chance to make a comeback at home against England. That series did not go well for the left-hander but he showed his true power in the next series in New Zealand where he scored a match-saving century.

In 2021, he scored three centuries against South Africa, Zimbabwe and West Indies. At the end of the following year, he was dropped from the playing XI after a three-match Test series at home against Australia and a failed Test against Sri Lanka in July.

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