Pakistan bowling spearhead Mohammad Amir, enjoyed a stellar ICC World Cup as he managed to break free from his wicket-less cycle and was back among the wickets. The 27-year-old emerged as one of the highest wicket-takers of the tournament.
While talking to Essex Cricket TV, Amir said he is now focusing on improving his speed after finally recovering the wicket-taking ability.
“Now I am getting back on my best, when you are taking wickets and are performing then you can think about other things, so now I am focusing on my speed but it’s all about your fitness and because as fit you get your speed increase as well,” Amir said.
The 27-year-old further stated that playing consistent cricket for the past two years resulted in fatigue which also affected his bowling speed. However, now with his improved fitness, he said that he has managed to regain his lost rhythm.