25-player high performance camp will start from Tuesday in Lahore

Lahore, March 1, 2021: The Pakistan Cricket Board’s High Performance Department has invited 25 players to Lahore to participate in the High Performance Camp starting from Tuesday.

The month-long camp has invited players who are either not participating in the HBL Pakistan Super League 6 or who are now knocking on the door of the Pakistan cricket team thanks to their excellent performance in domestic cricket.

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The camp, which starts on Tuesday, March 2, will see coaches from the National High Performance Center work to overcome the technical shortcomings of the players as well as improve their physical fitness.

The goals of the camp are as follows:

  • Helping cricketers identify and overcome technical shortcomings so that they can secure their place in the national team.
  • Players who are not participating in HBLPSL 6 should be paired with the game so that they can prepare for the scheduled tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe in April.
  • Encouraging players to excel in domestic cricket so that they can perform even better next season.

National High Performance Center coaches Muhammad Yusuf, Thaqleen Mushtaq, Atiqul Zaman, Mohsin Kamal and Omar Rashid will work with these players under an integrated program.

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The camp has been set up under a joint strategy after consultation with the High Performance and Selectors of the National Cricket Team Management.

Nadeem Khan, Director High Performance PCB:

Nadeem Khan, Director, High Performance, Pakistan Cricket Board, said that through this camp, we want to improve the performance of the players with the help of our coaches and this is also the philosophy and strategy of the National High Performance Center.

He said the camp has invited players who are not part of the HBL PSL 6 but could be part of a possible squad for the scheduled tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe in April.

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“We have also invited players who have recently dropped out of the national cricket team to overcome their shortcomings. We have already decided to set up such a camp at the end of the season,” Nadeem Khan said.

He added that the camp would be overseen by Thaqleen Mushtaq, who would be assisted by other NHPC coaches Mohammad Yousuf, Atiqul Zaman, Omar Rashid and Mohsin Kamal, and that Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis would also visit the camp daily. Where they will be coaching as well as giving their valuable feedback on the camp.

Muhammad Waseem, Chief Selector National Cricket Team:

Chief selector of the national cricket team Muhammad Waseem said that this camp is the best opportunity for the players who have dropped out of the national cricket team to overcome their shortcomings, during which we will continue to review the performance of the players His participation in international cricket could be decided.

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Athletes invited to the camp:

Abdullah Shafiq, Abid Ali, Ahmad Bashir, Asad Shafiq, Azhar Ali, Bismillah Khan, Fawad Alam, Usman Salahuddin, Hamad Azam, Haris Sohail, Hassan Khan, Imran Butt, Irfanullah, Kamran Ghulam, Khurram Shehzad, Muhammad Abbas Noman Ali, Rehan Afridi, Sajid Khan, Salman Irshad, Saud Shakeel, Tabish Khan, Taj Wali, Umar Khan and Yasir Shah.

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