Allan Border, former Australian cricket captain, has Parkinson’s disease since 2016. Parkinson’s affects the brain and nerves, causing tremors and other problems.
Border keeps himself healthy by playing golf and walking. He worries about the disease getting worse over time. He thanks his wife, doctors, and fans for their support. He also shows his softer side, unlike his tough image on the field.
Allan Border’s Cricket Career and Achievements
Allan Border is a legendary Australian cricketer and captain. He played 156 Tests and 273 ODIs for Australia, breaking many records. He was the first to play 150 Tests and score 11,000 Test runs.
Border led Australia through a difficult time, captaining in 93 Tests in a row. He changed the way cricket was played in tough conditions. He retired in 1994 and became a selector and commentator. He received many honors for his cricket achievements.