Never needed to increase my speed, Pakistan left-armer who has improved his seam and swing abilities says

Pakistan pace bowler Rumman Raees said he has never needed to increase his speed

Pakistan pace bowler Rumman Raees: “I have excelled my seam and swing abilities so never felt the need to increase the pace”

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Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Rumman Raees said he never needed to increase his speed as he constantly works on improving his “seam and swing abilities”.

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Cover drive and pull shot is much better, Qasim Akram thanks stylish Pakistan batsman

Pakistan all-rounder Qasim Akram said his cover drive and pull shot is much better thanks to Babar Azam

Pakistan all-rounder Qasim Akram: “It was an unforgettable experience for me to have such a great mind around. I have learnt from him how to build an innings, play cover drives and improve pull shots”

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Ex-Pakistan Under-19 captain Qasim Akram thanked national team skipper Babar Azam for helping him improve his cover drive and pull shot.

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Feel a lot better, senior Pakistan left-arm fast bowler who has worked hard on his fitness says

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir said he feels a lot better after working on his fitness

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir: “I didn’t play much cricket after retiring from international cricket and my body got a break and not to mention my mindset changed. I worked on my fitness and now I feel a lot better”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir said he feels “a lot better” after retiring from international cricket and working hard on improving his fitness.

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Always looking to improve my fitness, Pakistan batsman says it is naturally instilled in him

Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik said he is always looking to improve his fitness

Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik: “You can always improve on fitness but I want to thank God Almighty because for me, it is something that is naturally instilled in me”

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Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik may be 40 years old, but he has made it clear that he is always looking to improve his fitness.

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