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Aasif Yusuf Karim (born December 15, 1963 in Mombasa) is a former member of Kenya national cricket team. Of Indian ancestry, Karim made a reputation for himself as a useful lower-order batsman but predominantly as a left-arm spinner, frequently said to be one of the best outside the Test-playing nations. Karim also holds the unique distinction of having captained his country in both representative cricket (ODIs) and tennis (Davis Cup) competition. Karim retired from international cricket following the 1999 World Cup in England but was persuaded to return to add experience to Kenya's squad for the 2003 World Cup in South Africa where he helped Kenya become the first non-Test match playing nation reach the semi-finals of the World Cup. During the Super Sixes match against Australia, Karim ga

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  • アーシフ・ユスフ・カリム(ベンガル語: আসিফ ইউসুফ করিম; Aasif Yusuf Karim、1963年12月15日 - )はケニアのモンバサ出身のクリケット選手。インドの系統の家系である。下位打線のバッツマンとして活躍しただけでなく、左腕スピンボウラーとしてもプレーし、しばしばケニア国内では最高の選手と呼ばれた。また、クリケットのワンデイ・インターナショナルとテニスのデビスカップの両方でキャプテンを務めた珍しい経歴も持つ。 イングランドで開催された1999年クリケットワールドカップの開催中に代表を引退したが、南アフリカでの2003年クリケットワールドカップの際には代表に戻るように要請があったため、代表に復帰、準決勝までの快進撃の原動力となった。試合後は永遠に引退することを表明した。 1998年にはデビスカップのケニア代表としてダブルスで2試合、シングルスで1試合を行ったものの全敗してしまった。
  • Aasif Yusuf Karim (born December 15, 1963 in Mombasa) is a former member of Kenya national cricket team. Of Indian ancestry, Karim made a reputation for himself as a useful lower-order batsman but predominantly as a left-arm spinner, frequently said to be one of the best outside the Test-playing nations. Karim also holds the unique distinction of having captained his country in both representative cricket (ODIs) and tennis (Davis Cup) competition. Karim retired from international cricket following the 1999 World Cup in England but was persuaded to return to add experience to Kenya's squad for the 2003 World Cup in South Africa where he helped Kenya become the first non-Test match playing nation reach the semi-finals of the World Cup. During the Super Sixes match against Australia, Karim ga
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  • Kenyan tennis player and cricketer
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