The former all-rounder of Pakistan cricket team Shahid Khan Afridi has justified Mohammad Amir’s decision to retire from Test cricket and said that he should quit whatever job he does not enjoy. He made the right decision based on his fitness.
According to the details, Shahid Afridi said that the work he does not enjoy should be given up. In Test cricket, the bowler needs speed with the swing from the new and old ball. Amir’s bowling speed remains good with the new ball, but its bowling speed affect with the old one, so I think that considering his fitness, Mohammad Amir made the right decision.
The former captain said that the national team is a platform for performance, not for learning. For coaching, it is appropriate to focus on academics in under-14 and under-16 cricketers. When a player makes a place in the national team, he has to be prepared for performances. The people on the support staff can guide the players to perform better under pressure, they show how to stay focused in stressful situations, and it is possible to teach skills at the junior level.