West Indies mystery bowler Sunil Narine has withdrawn from ICC cricket world cup due to make himself 100 percent confident in returning to international cricket with his new bowling action. WICB board confirmed Narine’s withdrawn from 2015 world cup.
Sunil Narine said, “Whilst I am very happy with the progress made to date with my action, and I express my thanks to the coaches working with me in Trinidad and Dr. Daryl Foster in Perth, Australia, I am withdrawing from the World Cup. I would like to thank the WICB for their support and wish the West Indies team the very best for the World Cup campaign.”
Narine has been playing domestic NAGICO tournament for Red Force and won the competition too. But he still believes that making comeback in international cricket is still away as he is not too much confident and compatible with his new action.
Narine said, “Playing for Red Force and winning the NAGICO Super50 has been a big boost, but going in to the World Cup is a little too much too soon and, after consulting the WICB, for both West Indies and my sake we have decided to delay my return to international cricket until I am 100% confident in all that I do.”
It is not declared that who will replace Narine in West Indies world cup squad. West Indies Cricket Board also mentioned that replacement will be done shortly.