Haris Rauf is “revitalized” for the New Zealand series following a break

Pakistani paceman Haris Rauf says he is physically and mentally prepared for the home series.

Haris Rauf, Pakistan’s fast bowler, has stated that his energy has returned after a little vacation and that he is ready to return to the field in the next limited-over series against New Zealand.

The 29-year-old paceman was rested for the three-match T20I series against Afghanistan. And recently stated that he is physically and mentally prepared for the home series.

“Being away for a while was just what I needed to recharge my batteries and prepare me for my return to the field.” ‘I feel physically healthier and have more energy than before,’ Rauf told Geo News.

He stated that with the World Cup approaching, the Men in Green would try to win the series in order to assist them in preparing for the huge event.

“We are not concerned with the fact that the New Zealand team lacks well-known players.” On their squad, they still have players with international experience.”

Haris Rauf was also pleased to learn that Pakistan has ample resources for quick bowling.

It’s excellent that we have a backup in this profession because quick bowlers are in demand, he said. Ihsanullah is a great addition to our team, too.

“The cricketing world praises Pakistani bowlers,” he continued.

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