Wasim Akram Makes A Biography Announcement:
Wasim Akram, a former bowler for Pakistan, has announced the release of his autobiography, which will be titled “Sultan Wasim Akram.” The inclusion of Sultan in the title is intended to draw attention to his bowling superpower. After his tenure ended, the world of cricket has yet to witness a true master of swing and seam.
Wasim Akram has made suggestions about disclosing information about numerous individuals that we now know to be manufactured lies. Instead of letting people believe false and biased information, he has made it his goal to share details about key elements he wants the world to be aware of.
Notably, a well-known English novelist will pen Wasim Akram’s biography. A wide audience will be able to read the book because it will be translated into several languages, including Urdu.
Why Wasim Akram is still considered the greatest left-arm bowler of all time is evident from his illustrious career. The great has played in 104 Tests and 356 ODIs, amassing 414 and 502 wickets in those games, respectively.
His total wickets might have exceeded 1000, but the allegations of match-fixing against him crippled him and brought an early end to his rule. Even though he was able to reach a 500-wicket milestone in ODIs, he was unable to do so in the red-ball format.
Wasim Akram retired soon after being one of the eight Pakistani players fired following the team’s abject showings at the 2003 World Cup. The fantastically beginning career was unable to imagine a happy conclusion. The bowler’s story may be intended to draw attention to the information in his biography about allegations of match-fixing.