After appearing in the bio-mechanic Test in India, Pakistani all rounder Mohammad Hafeez hope to cleared to bowl in the World Cup 2015. Hafeez is a wise cricketer and an experienced one and he knows very well where he stands now and how much he needs to work hard.
Mohammad Hafeez failed to clear the informal bio-mechanics test he underwent at the bowling centre in Chennai last week. Although the Pakistan Cricket Board had yet to issue a statement on Hafeez’s test results but a reliable source in the board told PTI that some of his deliveries were still found to be over the 15 degrees allowed by the International Cricket Council to straighten their arms.
Over the wicket, Hafeez turned his arm at angles measuring from 16 to 18 degrees while round the wicket it ranged between 12 and 19 degrees, the source disclosed. It means that now Hafeez can’t be sent for the official ICC test this week to be cleared for bowling in the World Cup and now the national selectors have to decide whether he warrants a place in the final squad of 15 purely as a batsman, the source said.