Usman Qadir Reveals How Imran Tahir Has Helped Him Enhance

Pakistan’s leg-spinner, Usman Qadir, revealed that the star South African leg-spinner, Imran Tahir, helped him add a brand new variation to his arsenal of bowling selection and mentioned that he would attempt to make the most of this variation within the upcoming the rest of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) 6.


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Qadir revealed that Tahir has helped him to study the ‘slider’ after PSL 6 was initially postponed. He mentioned that he bowled the supply in the course of the T20I collection in opposition to South Africa and Zimbabwe. He additional revealed that Tahir has additionally helped him barely change his run-up, which has added extra management to his bowling. Qadir knowledgeable that his motion now resembles Tahir’s motion.

“The slider I bowled in my final ODI [against South Africa] to Jon-Jon Smuts was additionally one thing I discovered from Imran bhai. I’m engaged on it with a purpose to execute it extra precisely. When I’ve extra command over it, you’re going to get to see it extra typically,” Qadir mentioned.

The 2 leg-spinners share an excellent camaraderie, with each the bowlers having discovered the artwork of leg-spin from Qadir’s father, late Abdul Qadir.


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Qadir additionally spoke concerning the absence of Shahid Afridi within the Multan camp and remarked that the gamers would miss Afridi’s presence within the squad. He mentioned that Afridi is a match-winner, and his absence from the match has affected the morale of the remainder of the squad.

Qadir additionally revealed that Pakistan’s all-format captain, Babar Azam, is the hardest batsman he has bowled to. He mentioned that Babar has the power to hit you for a six or a 4 at his will, and it’s a nightmare to bowl in opposition to him. Qadir mentioned that he would try to get Babar out when Multan Sultans face Karachi Kings within the coming days.

The 27-year outdated believes that holding the match in Abu Dhabi was an excellent resolution because it helps the Pakistani gamers to arrange for the upcoming T20 World Cup, which is predicted to be shifted to the UAE from India.

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