Saim Ayub, a gifted new superstar for Pakistan, is preparing for the forthcoming matchup with New Zealand. He was chosen for Pakistan’s side in the T20I series against Afghanistan back in March, making this his second international T20 series.
Saim may need to adjust the batting order for the five-match T20I series because the team’s normal openers, skipper Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan, are making a comeback following a hiatus during the Afghanistan series.
Saim emphasises that he is ready for any challenge that comes his way and that he is mentally prepared to perform any role for his team.
I’m prepared to fill any position on the Pakistani team. The key is to maintain mental readiness for any function.
The 20-year-old expressed his respect for Babar’s leadership and said that he had gained a lot from him while playing with him in the eighth Pakistan Super League. (PSL).
“While playing for Peshawar Zalmi, I had the chance to learn from Babar Azam. I really enjoyed playing with him since he always gives kids confidence,” said Saim.
Saim emphasised his resolve to help Pakistan defeat New Zealand in every game of the T20 series. He also stated his desire to succeed for Pakistan in every format of the game and make a name for himself in the cricketing community.
The slick opener declared that his ultimate ambition was to surpass Saeed Anwar for the Men in Green and become one of the greatest left-handed batters in cricket history.