Sana Mir Decides To Take A Break From International Cricket
Right-arm off spin bowler Sana Mir has announced that she would be taking a break from international cricket in order to ‘plan and reset’ her future objectives and targets.
A press release issued by the Pakistani Cricket Board quoted Mir as saying that she would not be available for the squad’s selection for next month’s matches.
The announcement comes when Pakistan is set to play in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s Championship’s one-day international (ODI) and Twenty20 series against England
In the press release, Sana Mir was quoted as saying that she had decided to take a break from international cricket and would not be available for selection for next month’s series against England.
She added that she would utilise this time to plan and reset her future objectives and targets.
She also offered her wishes to the national women’s cricket team, which will be leaving for Malaysia on November 30 for their matches against England.
She added, “I am sure they’ll produce their best cricket.”
Joining cricket at the age of 17 in 2004, Sana Mir went on to become the national team captain after five years. In 2018, she was ranked as the top ODI bowler in the world by the International Cricket Council.
Last month, she was honoured with the 2019 Asia Society Game Changers award in recognition of their impact on cricket in Asia and worldwide.