Aamer Yamin aimed for Pakistan’s best all rounder555 views
Aamer Yamin, the juvenile Pakistani all-rounder, has stated that he desires to become Pakistan’s best all-rounder in the upcoming future.
He was stating in an interview that “I have a goal of becoming Pakistan’s best all-rounder in the future,” Yamin further added that “I know that I need to continue to perform to the best of my abilities.”
The 25-year-old, who first arrived in the series in opposition to Zimbabwe last year, continued by saying that he is not let down by chief selector Inzamaul Haq’s verdict to not involving him in the imminent Pakistan A trip to England and promised to work hard and reappear stronger. He said that “I completely understand the decision [of the selection committee] as a professional, so there wasn’t anything to be disappointed about,”
He added that “The selectors have a tough job and they do it well. What I need to do is to perform well going forward and work my way back into the team. I’m working on my technique and my fitness so that when I get another opportunity I’m ready for it.”
All-rounder from Peshawar Zalmi, who got a wicket on his initial release in a T20 international, as well added that he grades his bowling as his power. He said that “I do enjoy bowling more than batting;” he continued “I started primarily as a batsman at U-19 level, but then started fast bowling in 2008.”
He added by saying “Given I’ve scored most of my First-Class runs batting at number eight position, my bowling is probably considered the stronger one.”
The all-rounder from Multan also disclosed his icons and role models, many of whom were the component of the team who continue to perform in the ICC World Cup 1999 final. He said “I had a few role models,” he told that “They were largely out of the 1999 World Cup side that reached the final; so the likes of Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Inzamamul Haq and Shahid Afridi were people I looked up to.”