Wasim Akram Remembers The Day When He Travels To Singapore And Chennai For Treatment Of Wife Huma
Wasim Akram is a former legendary Pakistani cricketer, widely regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers in the history of the sport. He was born on June 3, 1966, in Pakistan. His illustrious career spanned from 1984 to 2003.
Akram was a left-arm fast bowler known for his exceptional swing bowling, especially his ability to swing the ball both ways. He had remarkable control over his craft, swinging the ball at high speeds, making him a challenging bowler for batsmen around the world.
He made his international debut in 1984 and went on to represent Pakistan in both Test matches and One Day Internationals (ODIs). His skill and talent earned him numerous records and achievements, including over 900 international wickets, making him one of the most successful bowlers in cricket history.
Wasim Akram was an integral part of the Pakistani cricket team, playing a crucial role in many of Pakistan’s triumphs in both test matches and limited-overs cricket. His notable achievements include his performance in the 1992 Cricket World Cup, where he played a pivotal role in helping Pakistan secure the championship.
Apart from his exceptional bowling, Akram was also a more than handy batsman, capable of turning matches with his aggressive stroke play.
After retirement, Akram has been involved in commentary, coaching, and various roles in cricket administration. He’s revered as a cricketing icon and an inspiration for aspiring fast bowlers worldwide. His impact on the game and his artistry as a fast bowler remain a significant part of cricketing history.
Wasim Akram remembers the day when his wife suddenly fell ill. They assume it was just normal sore throat issue but his wife’s condition was not getting normal. They admitted her in hospital , Doctors were unable to diagnose. Akram reveal he just come from New Delhi to Karachi. According to him Doctors failed to diagnose the issue, suddenly her kidneys failed. He manage Air ambulance for travel to Singapore. He also blasts greediness of hospitals as they only give him bills but his wife condition not getting better. He reveal that for MRI he has to go to house of Doctor where they arrange MRI at basement of Doctor’s house. He remember her last words were” Mujhe Pain Ho Rahi Hai,” he hold her hands and close her eyes , Akram thought she must be sleep but she cant survive. She praise Chennai officials who allow Akram and his wife to be at Hospital without visa.