Hailing from Karachi, the 34-year-old Tabish Khan figures as one of the unluckiest cricketers in Pakistan’s domestic circuit. Despite performing repeatedly in competitions, Tabish has failed to make it into the national side.
A long and illustrious first-class career, Tabish is known for extracting prodigious swing and his nippy bowling style allows him to generate deceptive pace.
The right-armer recently reached a career landmark when he returned figures of 3/70 in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match against Northern.
In the process, Tabish claimed his 550th first-class wicket, a special feat for the hardworking pacer. He is Sindh’s potent weapon with the weapon and even in the twilight of his career is going strong with a vast experience of 121 red-ball games.