Lahore: Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq on day one of the pre-season training camp for men’s white-ball players worked with bowlers on their death bowling skills at Gaddafi Stadium.
The 41-year-old Razzaq can be seen guiding pacers about slow bouncers and yorkers, a few of the key weapons for fast bowlers during the death overs.
Slow bouncer and yorker, bowlers at the pre-season white-ball camp work on their death bowling skills with coach Abdul Razzaq. pic.twitter.com/JwCeLnR0FU
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It must be noted that 26 players are called for pre-season camp supervised by the NHPC coaching and support staff, led by Head of International Player Development Saqlain Mushtaq.
During the camp, the players play practice matches while working on their fitness and cricketing skills with a special emphasis on their preparation for the hectic white-ball international cricket season which begins next month.
White-ball players returning from the West Indies will be asked to join the camp after a few days of rest.