The condition of former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns still remains critical. Recently, he underwent heart surgery in a hospital in Canberra. He was paralyzed in his legs due to a stroke during the surgery. Cairns had to undergo several operations in the hospital. The 51-year-old former cricketer, one of the world’s top all-rounders in the early 2000s, suffered a heart ailment this month. After the surgery, the family members had given a statement about his health and said that, due to the stroke, his legs have been paralyzed, now he will go through rehab at the Spine Hospital in Australia.