Chris Cairns, former New Zealand all-rounder is off life bolster and recouping in the clinic after emergency surgery in Sydney for a heart problem.
“I’m pleased to advise that Chris is off life support. And has been able to communicate with his family from a hospital in Sydney,” Aaron Lloyd said in a statement.
“He and his family are appreciative for all of the bolster and well wishes from everybody. For privacy, they have been managed. They ask that this proceeds as they center on his recovery moving forward.”
Cairns at the age of 51, had surgery in Canberra after a “major helpful event” earlier this month. But the genuineness of his condition required him to be traded to St Vincent’s for another operation.
Cairns played 62 Tests, 215 ODIs, and two T20Is for New Zealand between 1989 and 2006Cairns played 62 Tests, 215 ODIs. Thus two T20Is for New Zealand between 1989 and 2006. The experienced all-rounder amassed 3,320 Test runs at a normal of over 33 and took 218 wickets at a normal of the fair over 29.
In ODIs, Cairns accumulated 4,950 runs at 29.46, Thus took 201 wickets at 32.80. Cairns was known as one of five Wisden Cricketers of the year in 2000 and is the child of previous New Zealand all-rounder Lance Cairns.
Chris Cairns Health update:
Chris Cairns’ lawyer, Aaron Lloyd posted a statement revealing that Chris Cairns had been off life support. And has been communicating with his family. The statement read, “I’m pleased to advise that Chris is off life support. And also to be able to communicate with his family from a hospital in Sydney. Thus He and his family are thankful for all of the support. And well wishes from everyone, and for the privacy, they have been afforded. They request that this continues as they focus on his recovery moving forward.”