Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed was severely criticized for his fitness during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament in England and Wales. However, the wicket-keeper batsman worked immensely on his fitness and reportedly lost 10 to 12 kg, thus improving his fitness level.
Recently, the dexterous cricketer was found sharing fitness tips with youngsters during the first day of prestigious Quaid-e-Azam Trophy where he is leading Sindh. After the conclusion of the day’s play, the Karachi born shared his aim to promote fitness culture in domestic as well as International cricket.
Sarfaraz said that the fitness is imperative to success as not having the desired level of fitness dampens your ability to function well in the field. The 32-year old further added that motivation and dedication is desperately needed to ameliorate fitness and urged the young crop of cricketers to learn lessons from the fittest athletes. Moreover, Sarfaraz sits ready and excited for the forthcoming series against Sri Lanka as he is confident of a registering a strong show in front of the home crowd.