At what age will Babar Azam say goodbye to cricket? Pakistan team captain said- I am thinking that…

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The Babar Azam-led Pakistan team will begin their campaign in the T20 World Cup 2024 on June 6. His first clash is with America. Pakistan will face India in the second group match. Babar was stripped of his captaincy for the 2023 ODI World Cup. However, a few months later he was given the charge of the ODI and team teams. 29-year-old Babar is not too worried about his future. “I don’t know at what age I will stop playing cricket,” he said. He has played 288 international matches so far (52 Tests, 117 ODIs, 119 T20Is).

Babar said on AB de Villiers’ YouTube channel, “I’m just taking one day at a time. I’m not thinking about where I’m going or what age I’ll stop myself at. Right now I’m just focusing on my game. Rummy And enjoying every moment, I love playing cricket. World Cup We are going to play and the expectations are high. We have a good team and confidence is high. We have good players. Good batsmen and senior players have taken up the responsibility and that helps a lot. “We are very excited for the World Cup.”

Talking about his struggling days, the Pakistan captain said, “My family played a big role in coming here because we didn’t have much money when I started. We were not a rich family. When I started I played state cricket and tennis ball and tap-ball cricket every Saturday night. We had two teams and played together. After some time, I told my father that I want to start professional cricket and he said ok. So, when I started my professional cricket journey, it was very difficult.”

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