Fast bowler from Pakistan
“Bowling in the camp, even for a half an hour, would help me a lot,” adds a cricketer.Wahab Riaz, a senior fast bowler from Pakistan who is currently serving as the sports adviser to the chief minister of Punjab, has submitted a request to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to be considered for participation in the upcoming national camp.This request comes from Riaz at a time when he is expressing his enthusiasm to contribute to the success of the national team and actively participate in the difficult training sessions that are to come.
Monday, the pacer gave an interview to the media in which he emphasised his enthusiasm to participate in the national training camp in order to improve his bowling abilities.”At this time, I am concentrating on my future endeavours. “To get into rhythm, I am putting in a lot of work at the gym and bowling frequently,” Riaz added.The cricket player, who participated in his most recent international match in December of 2020, stated that the camp will assist him in improving his bowling ability.”I’d want to make a request to PCB that they call me in the training camp. It will assist me in practising bowling in a more effective manner. Even just thirty minutes of bowling during the camp would be very beneficial for me, added the seasoned pacer.
PCB has invited national players to participate in specialist camps that will take place between June 10 and June 21. Training will be provided by expert coaches for the spinners, fast bowlers, and batters of the team.Spinners – Abrar Ahmed, Ali Asfand, Arafat Minhas, Faisal Akram, Mohammad Junaid, Mehran Mumtaz, Mubasir Khan, Noman Ali, Qasim Akram, Sajid Khan, Sufiyan Muqeem, Usama Mir and Zahid MehmoodFast bowlers – Aamir Jamal, Arshad Iqbal, Faheem Ashraf, Haris Rauf, Ihsanullah, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Wasim Jnr, Mir Hamza, Mohammad Ali, Naseem Shah and Shahnawaz Dahani
World Cup in India
Batters – Abdullah Shafique, Haris Sohail, Haseebullah, Hussain Talat, Iftikhar Ahmed, Imam-ul-Haq, Kamran Ghulam, Mohammad Haris, Mohammad Huraira, Omair Bin Yousuf, Saim Ayub, Salman Ali Agha, Saud Shakeel and Tayyab TahirRiaz stressed the need of including veteran players on the team that would compete in the World Cup in India this year.When it comes to the World Cup in India, we will have to rely on our more experienced players. This is not the Twenty20 World Cup, when bowlers are expected to bowl four overs without any trouble,” he explained.”Our selectors need to get to work on putting together the best possible combinations.” In order to form strong combinations, he insisted that veteran players and youth players should be brought in.
The consent of the Pakistani government is required for Pakistani athletes to compete in the upcoming World Cup in India. When the time draws nearer, PCB will make an application to the federal government for permission to participate.Things have been more tricky ever since India decided not to compete in the Asia Cup in Pakistan, where it was held. The PCB had proposed a hybrid approach in order to host the Asia Cup, providing India with the opportunity to play their matches in countries other than Pakistan. On the other hand, the Indian cricket board is exerting pressure on ACC member boards in an attempt to convince them to move the event away from Pakistan.therefore, the official decision on the Asia Cup has not yet been made.