Veteran Pakistan middle-order batsman Younis Khan on Wednesday said that he has not decided as to when he would be drawing curtains down on his career, adding that he will continue as long as he is enjoying the game.
Speaking at a program organised by sports organiser Nadeem Omar to honour the batsman for reaching coveted milestone of 100 Tests during the recent series in Sri Lanka, the former skipper said that he wishes to continue playing Test cricket as long as he remained fit and in good form, the Dawn reported.
He said that people often ask him about the cut-off date but his mind was very clear on that, adding that as long as he was enjoying the game there was no reason for him to throw in the towel.
Younis scored an undefeated 171 to play a crucial role in Pakistan’s epic fourth-innings chase of 382-3 in the final Test at Pallekele last week that enabled Misbah-ul-Haq’s side to seal the series 2-1. (ANI)