Nahida Khan made her debut for Pakistan back in February 2009.
Pakistani cricketer Nahida Khan recently came forward and announced his retirement from international cricket. The 36-year-old made her international debut in February 2009 against Sri Lanka. Over the course of her long career, Nahida has made more than 100 appearances for Pakistan in various formats.
The leadoff hitter also holds the record for the most catches in an ODI inning with four catches for Pakistan against Sri Lanka in 2018. Nahida made 66 ODI appearances for Pakistan and she scored 604 runs in 54 matches for T20I, scoring 1410 runs in name and reality. She represented Pakistan in three ODI World Championships (2013, 2017, 2022) and four T20I World Championships (2012, 2014, 2016, 2018). Her
After her retirement, she reflected on her career and expressed her gratitude for the unwavering support of her fans. She also thanked the Pakistan Cricket Board for their advice.
“I am grateful for the unwavering support I have received throughout my career. I would like to thank my family, teammates, coaches and the Pakistan Cricket Board for believing in my abilities and guiding me.” I would also like to thank my loyal fans who have supported me throughout my journey in Pakistan and around the world,” News International quoted Nahida Khan.
Nahida Khan’s contribution to Pakistani women’s cricket will be remembered: Tania Malik
Women’s Cricket Director Tania Malik also reflected on Nahida Khan’s immeasurable contribution to Pakistani cricket. Malick also said their achievements and longevity could be a source of inspiration for future cricketers to achieve their dreams.
“Nahida Khan’s contribution to women’s cricket in Pakistan will be remembered. “Her dedication, skill and unfailing determination left an indelible mark on the game and a dream come true for generations of cricketers. It inspired me to follow and strive for greatness,” said Tania Malik.
“Warm wishes from the Cricket Fraternity, fans and well-wishers as Nahida begins the next chapter of her life,” she added.