They are the best back-ups for Rizwan, Akmal picks three promising Pakistan wicketkeepers

Kamran Akmal said Rohail Nazir, Bismillah Khan and Mohammad Haris are the best back-ups for Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan

Kamran Akmal: “If [the] PCB wants to groom someone then they should pick someone like Rohail Nazir, Bismillah Khan, and Mohammad Haris”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal believes that Rohail Nazir, Bismillah Khan and Mohammad Haris are the best back-ups for Mohammad Rizwan.

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Want to be a reliable batsman in run chases, Pakistan player whose range hitting has improved says

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir said he wants to be a reliable batsman in run chases

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir: “I am trying to become a player, who has the ability to chase down 50 runs in 24 balls as well as 30 runs from 24 balls. That is how I practice these days, which has improved my hitting range and ground shots as well”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir said he wants to be a reliable batsman in run chases.

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See myself as a top order batsman, 19-year-old who averaged 50.28 in the Pakistan Cup says

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir said he sees himself as a top order batsman

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir: “I have always liked batting in the top order, but I have groomed my mind to be ready to play at any number for my team and according to the match situation”

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Wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir said he has “always liked batting in the top order”.

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Can prove myself if I am the first choice, Pakistan player with a very bright future ahead of him says

Pakistan cricketer Rohail Nazir said he can prove himself if he is the first choice wicketkeeper-batsman

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir: “My belief is that a good player eventually proves his worth when he gets a chance and becomes the first choice”

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Up-and-coming Pakistan cricketer Rohail Nazir said he can prove his worth “when he gets a chance and becomes the first choice” wicketkeeper-batsman.

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Watch out Mohammad Rizwan, Sarfaraz Ahmed and Azam Khan, 19-year-old up-and-coming Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman says

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir said watch out Mohammad Rizwan, Sarfaraz Ahmed and Azam Khan

Rohail Nazir: “Mohammad Rizwan bhai, Saifee [Sarfaraz] bhai and Azam Khan are all very good wicketkeeper-batsmen. My aim is to perform well and prove to the people that I can also represent Pakistan as a wicketkeeper-batsman”

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Pakistan teenager Rohail Nazir has sent a message to wicketkeeper-batsmen Mohammad Rizwan, Sarfaraz Ahmed and Azam Khan.

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Didn’t think how I would beat him, Pakistan player who saw Rohail Nazir as his main competitor says

Pakistan batsman Mohammad Haris said he didn't think how he would beat Rohail Nazir

Pakistan batsman Mohammad Haris: “During Under-19, Rohail Nazir was my competitor as wicketkeeper, but I didn’t think about how I will beat him in competition”

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Pakistan batsman Mohammad Haris has revealed that even though wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir was his main competitor in Under-19 cricket, he “didn’t think about how I will beat him in competition”.

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They have the potential, Wasim says young Pakistan duo have very high standards to meet

Mohammad Wasim said Rohail Nazir and Azam Khan have the potential

Mohammad Wasim: “If you look at the white-ball formats, we have some youngsters like Rohail Nazir and Azam Khan and a couple of others, the potential is there but Sarfaraz with his performances at the PSL has made it even tougher for the youngsters”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said wicketkeeper-batsmen Rohail Nazir and Azam Khan have a lot of potential and could get into the limited overs team at some point in the future.

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