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Shaun Tait Opens up on The Big Part of my Job as Pakistan Bowling Coach

Shaun Tait Opens up on The Big Part of my Job as Pakistan Bowling Coach

Former Australia worldwide quick bowler Shaun Tait needs to maintain the depth and aggression excessive within the Pakistan camp throughout his one-year stint as bowling coach.

“Their intensity and their aggression are going to be a big part of fast bowling, it has to be,” Tait stated throughout a videoconference on Saturday.

Tait give up worldwide cricket in 2016 when he performed his final T20 for Australia. He had a brief stint with the Afghanistan group as bowling coach through the T20 World Cup within the United Arab Emirates final 12 months earlier than leaving final December.

“I’ve just slowly been progressing in the coaching world,” stated Tait, who additionally performed 4 Test matches and 35 ODIs for Australia. “I thought I had some more to give to players, so I thought going down the coaching path was going to be something I could do and be okay at.

“It’s just been a progression through some ranks and what not the usual sort of story, but I’ve just been thoroughly enjoying it … to be involved with the Pakistan team is fantastic.”

Pakistan have a busy calendar because it hosts England and New Zealand in addition to touring Sri Lanka, taking part in within the Asia Cup and within the T20 World Cup in Australia.

Tait believes it’s the fitting time to work with the likes of Pakistan quick bowlers Shaheen Afridi, Hasan Ali and Faheem Ashraf.

“With all three formats being played quite heavily over the next 12 months, it’s a great time to come in,” Tait stated. “There are pressures that come with playing international cricket and if I can help take the pressure off the fast bowlers by being there for them and helping them through the next 12 months, that’s probably a big part of my job.”

On a batsman-dominated gradual and low bouncy wickets, the three Pakistan quick bowlers have taken solely eight wickets through the two drawn take a look at matches.

The trio of Australian quick bowlers — captain Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Cameron Green — are only a bit in entrance of Pakistan by sharing 9 wickets.

“It’s been tough going for the fast bowlers,” Tait stated. “It’s been a real grind for both teams … we don’t know what the next test is going to bring, so I’m just working through that with the players and moving forward to the next match.”

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