Pakistan Test opener will continue to stay in Karachi as he has been advised against travelling as a precautionary measure for two weeks
He has been discharged from the hospital and since shifted to a hotel where he has begun his post-surgery rehabiliation. He will continue to stay in Karachi, away from his home in Lahore, as he has been advised against travelling as a precautionary measure for two weeks.
Abid has been the highest run-getter in Tests for Pakistan since his debut in 2019, and in 2021 he is fifth in the world with a tally of 695 from nine matches, including a double-hundred against Zimbabwe in Harare. He made his debut in Rawalpindi in 2019 after spending 12 years in domestic cricket for 7116 runs in 106 first-class games. He made his Test debut at the age of 31 and began with a century, and also became the only player in history to reach three-figures on both Test and ODI debuts.