Mohammad Abbas, the Pakistan pacer, is pleased with the significant improvement in the performance of young fast bowler, Shaheen Shah Afridi. Abbas has expressed his desire to form a bowling partnership with Afridi if he returns to the team.
In a recent interview with, Mohammad Abbas expressed his joy over the success of Shaheen Shah Afridi, whom he considers as his younger brother. The two played together during Abbas’ national team debut.
Mohammad Abbas expressed his happiness for Shaheen Shah Afridi’s improvement in cricket since his national team debut. Abbas considers Afridi as his little brother and met him during his rehab at the NCA. Abbas wishes Afridi all the best for his career.
Mohammad Abbas stated that if he returns to the Pakistan team, he wants to form a strong partnership with Shaheen Afridi. He finds Afridi’s current performance inspiring and aims to build on his past successes to contribute to the team’s success.
Mohammad Abbas talked about the many talented fast bowlers in Pakistan but stressed that it’s crucial to play at least four seasons of domestic cricket to succeed at the highest level. Abbas, who is 33 years old, shared his thoughts on the importance of experience in domestic cricket.
Mohammad Abbas expressed pride in the abundance of talented fast bowlers in Pakistan. However, he emphasized the need for young bowlers to play at least four seasons of domestic cricket to succeed at the highest level. Abbas believes that playing four-day cricket or participating in the Quaid-e-Azam trophy will prepare them for the challenges of Test cricket.
Mohammad Abbas, a right-arm pacer with 616 first-class wickets, believes that Test cricket requires not only skill but also mental and physical endurance. Abbas emphasized the importance of both aspects in succeeding in the longest format of the game.
Mohammad Abbas believes that Test cricket demands both skill and mental and physical endurance. He highlighted the challenge of adapting to different weather conditions and emphasized the importance of playing at the top level in domestic cricket to succeed in Test cricket.
Mohammad Abbas emphasized the importance of managing players’ workload and ensuring they are adequately prepared for the challenge of Test cricket. He noted that it’s not uncommon to see bowlers getting injured after switching from T20I cricket to Test cricket. Abbas concluded with the need to take care of players’ workload.
Mohammad Abbas showed outstanding form by taking nine wickets for Hampshire in his first County Championship match of the season against Nottinghamshire.
This is published in logicalbaat, on 12 April, 2023.