Despite having an ample of talent and ability, paceman Rumman Raees never really blossomed the way he was meant to. A major reason of it was his injury prone career as he kept finding himself out of the national framework for long time. In the last edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), the 27-year old made a comeback, but failed to achieve full fitness.
Now, ahead of Pakistan’s prestigious first-class tournament called Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Rumman has been ruled out of this red-ball competition. Media reports claimed that he hasn’t fully recovered from the past injuries which makes him unavailable for at least the start of the domestic championship which could extend to cover the complete duration of the championship.
The Karachi born emerged on the scene in 2017 during PSL when he picked 12 wickets in 7 innings for Islamabad United. Known as a white-ball specialist, Rumman played only 9 ODIs and 8 T20Is during the last 3 years. With injuries being a regular source of annoyance for him, it remains to be seen how Rumman responds to this muddle.