The Pakistan cricket staff performed with the Dukes ball throughout their current tour of England, the place the guests misplaced 0-2 a three-Test sequence.
“I have been a big advocate of the Dukes ball for many years but I feel that only one brand of ball should be used around the world for Test cricket,” Younis wrote in a column for the Pakistan Cricket Board.
“It doesn’t matter which brand but the ICC should make that decision. It’s hard for bowlers to adjust to using different types of ball when they play around the world.”
Besides Dukes, Kookaburra and SG are the opposite two cricket balls primarily utilized in worldwide matches. While India makes use of SG, England, Ireland and the West Indies use Dukes and all different nations use Kookaburra.
The ICC has banned the usage of saliva to shine the ball within the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Younis mentioned it wasn’t a difficulty in England because of the climate circumstances.
“One of the challenges that each groups confronted within the current Test sequence was the ban on the usage of saliva to shine the ball. I do not suppose it was truly a serious subject given the climate (in England).
“The pitches themselves have been very dry however there was all the time moisture within the air and the outfields have been lush so holding the ball in good situation was not an issue. In different elements of the world, it’s all the time tougher to maintain the ball in good situation.”
Younis, who can be Pakistan’s bowling coach, rued that the nationwide staff lacks skilled pacers.
“Fast bowling is the trademark of Pakistan cricket. There have been so many nice ones through the years and I’m assured that the long run will probably be vivid once more, with a lot of bowlers in a position to register 150 clicks on the pace gun,” he mentioned.
“We are lucky to have some actually proficient younger quick bowlers, however sadly, we do not have so many skilled ones to steer them out within the center. It will take a while earlier than we’re again heading in the right direction.
“Every country has a little dip at times in terms of player development and you have to go through those periods before someone emerges to become a great of the game.”
The 48-year-old, who has taken 373 Test and 416 ODI wickets in his profession, mentioned quick bowlers have to concentrate on four-day cricket to achieve Tests and the upcoming home season will probably be essential for the event of pacers in his nation.
“I want Test cricket to be a real focus for these guys and that means also placing an emphasis on four-day cricket. If you want to succeed in Test cricket it’s important to play more first-class cricket to get your body used to bowling long spells,” he wrote.
“The upcoming domestic season in Pakistan, with our new six-team structure, will be important for the development of our pace bowlers. But I would also like to see them playing around the world, whether in Australia or on the English county circuit.”
He urged the nation’s upcoming bowlers to work on their health.
“It is not just the skills of fast bowling that our young guys need to work on. Fitness is also crucial for them,” Younis mentioned.
“As a squad, our health has been bettering on a regular basis however I feel we’re nonetheless a contact behind many different groups on the earth.
“Fast bowlers in Test cricket need to be tremendous match to outlive these lengthy spells when the staff wants you, even on the occasions you might not wish to.”
Younis mentioned endurance is the important thing and he has a number of religion within the present crop of bowlers.
“Fast bowling is difficult work and it can’t be discovered in a single day. We all should be affected person with these guys,” he mentioned.
“They have the starvation, perspective and need and I’ve acquired full confidence that they’re the way forward for Pakistan cricket in the event that they stick with it the onerous work. Continue getting fitter and the talents will blossom.”
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