Mohammad Hasnain, Pakistan’s young pacer, has passed the first of two bowling action tests as he prepares to return to competitive cricket.
Hasnain’s bowling action tests, according to details, were conducted last week in the ICC-accredited biomechanics laboratory at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).
The bowling arm bend of Hasnain is said to be considerably within the 15-degree restriction. While his first test was negative, the results of his second test are still pending.
Once Hasnain’s tests are cleared, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expected to send the results to the International Cricket Council (ICC). Once the ICC clears Hasnain’s bowling action test reports, he will be able to return to competitive cricket.
The 22-year-old was barred from bowling in the Pakistan Super League’s seventh edition, which just ended (PSL). During the Big Bash League, Hasnain’s actions were questioned (BBL). Moises Henriques, the captain of the Sydney Sixers, praised his performance by stating, “great throw, mate.”
The umpires quickly reported Hasnain’s action, and the pacer was subjected to a bowling action test upon his return to Lahore. His elbow extension during full-length delivery, good-length delivery, bouncer, and slower bouncer surpassed the 15-degree limit, resulting in his suspension.
Under the direction of Umar Rasheed at the National High-Performance Center (NHPC) in Lahore, the fiery pacer has worked hard on his action.