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Wasim Akram announces his biography book

Wasim Akram announces his biography book

Former Pakistani bowler Wasim Akram has announced his biography book that will be published under the name ‘Sultan Wasim Akram’. The motive of adding Sultan in the title is to highlight his bowling superpower, Swing. Wasim was better known as Sultan of Swing during his playing career. World cricket has not seen a complete master of swing and seam after Akram’s stint ended.

The renowned bowler took it to his social media to reveal the news and penned down,

Finally, you will know the truth & my side of the story! Details and dates soon to follow; stay tuned

With his caption, it seems like that Wasim has hinted about revealing some facts about many people that we know as fabricated lies today. He has targeted to provide details regarding certain aspects he wants the world to know rather than believing fake and one-sided stories.

Notably, Wasim Akram’s biography will be written by a renowned English author. The book will be translated into multiple languages, including Urdu, making it approachable to a large audience.

Wasim’s crystal career speaks to why he is yet regarded as the best left-arm bowler of all time. Featuring in 104 Tests and 356 ODIs, the great has amassed 414 and 502 wickets in the formats, respectively.

His wicket figure could have surpassed 1000, but the match-fixing controversies against him hammered Wasim, ending his regime sooner than later. Although he managed to touch a 500-wicket feat in ODIs, but could not in the red-ball format.

Wasim was one of the eight Pakistani players dumped after the team’s horrendous performances in World Cup 2003 and retired shortly after that. The carrier that marvellously began could not see a great ending. The bowler’s narrative might be to highlight the facts in his biography regarding match-fixing claims against him.

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