According to Haris Rauf, who claimed that initially receiving the girls’ teasing felt nice, but no longer feels the same way, Pakistanis are more concerned about girls than they are about boys.
Speaking to a television station, Haris Rauf remarked, “When girls mocked me early in my career, it felt fantastic, but now it’s starting to feel horrible.”
He said, “When you’re young, it feels fantastic when a female approaches you and talks to you or snaps a picture of you, but after a while, you become bored of all of this,” in response to Sohail Waraich’s query.
Haris, who started his professional career with Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League, is now participating in the training camp in preparation for the Netherlands series and is regarded as an essential member of the national setup.
The pacer responded to a question about his life partner by saying, “The female should be simple who is not much interested in my cricket, rather she is more concerned about me than cricket.”
In 35 T20 Internationals and 13 ODIs, respectively, Haris has taken 42 and 23 wickets. Although he was a part of the Test squad for the Sri Lanka series, he was unable to play his first red-ball match.