However, the legend will finally make his comeback for Central Punjab in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, scheduled to start in October.
Cricket champion Hasan Ali will soon make a comeback from injury in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy after a long break of 7-8 months.
He has been out since February when he participated in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020.
Hasan Ali was the spearhead of the bowling line-up until his injury issues started halting his progress. Hasan Ali had suffered a back injury while playing a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match in Lahore last year which kept him out of play.
After going through a rehabilitation process at the National Cricket Academy, he was declared fit to play in the final of the tournament.
However, he suffered a rib injury again while playing in the final, sidelining him for another six weeks.
He made his much-awaited comeback in PSL 2020 for Peshawar Zalmi, but he was far from his best in the tournament.
It was apparent that he was not fully fit, and scans showed that the back injury was not fully healed.
Due to persistent injuries, the 26-year-old also missed out on PCB’s central contracts.
Hasan Ali, in 2017, was named man of the tournament for his exceptional bowling throughout the tournament. He finished as the highest wicket-taker with 13 wickets including 3 in the final against arch-rivals India.