Pakistani cricketer Saeed Ajmal has been ruled out from 2015 cricket world cup after his withdrew from the tournament and not to go for the official testing of his suspected bowling action. Ajmal has been facing bowling action issues since September as he was caught for suspected action in a match and he was found guilty earlier this month.
PCB spokesman Agha Akbar said, “Ajmal himself withdrew from the official testing which effectively means he has withdrawn from the World Cup.” He’ll hold a press conference in the future about his decision and provide more details regarding this.
Saeed Ajmal will not participate in ICC world cup 2015 and will be under Saqlain Mushtaq and Mushtaq Ahmed to improve his bowling action to make comeback in International Cricket. After Ajmal, Mohammad Hafeez’s bowling action was found suspected. Hafeez will go India next week for an unofficial testing of his bowling action.
Pakistan cricket board said in a statement, “The PCB fully supports Ajmal in his attempt to regularise his action and to return to cricket as Pakistan’s top performer in the future.”
Ajmal has given three officials tests in England’s Laboratory after his suspension from bowling but he failed to clear it. If Ajmal fails in the upcoming ICC’s official test he’ll be banned for two years to bowl which clearly ends his cricketing career.