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Ajmal Denies His Action Confusion

By Sanjay Umak Subscribe to RSS | February 12th 2012 | Views:
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The recent test match between Pakistan and England was in limelight as Pakistan whitewashed England for all 3 test matches, which was held in Dubai. Saeed Ajmal who was the Man of the Series for the winning team came to a sparked confusion over his bowling action as he appeared in an interview to claim that he has special dispensation to exceed the limit which is permitted by the ICC. Moreover, he has been practicing with cricket bowling machine from last many months to have good performance sustained. Cricket bowling machine is the route for success however, it is not much in discussion so far.

Meanwhile, Ajmal stressed that he was believing ICC as they had permitted him 23.5 degrees to compensate for an accident and he also quoted that he injured his arm and hence he got approval from ICC.

Saeed Ajmal said with regard to this inconvenience of action, "Someone is telling me my action is bad because the ICC allowed me as a bowler 23.5 degrees, because my arm is not good. A few years ago I had an accident. Otherwise, no problem, the action was cleared by ICC. There is a big difference between the 'elbow carry angle' (elbow abduction) and the degree of elbow extension. There is nothing preventing a bowler bowling with a bent arm, provided he does not straighten it beyond the permitted degrees of tolerance." However, an ICC spokeman said with regard to Ajmal's talk, "There is no dispensation for anyone. It is worth remembering that his first language is not English and this may have been a slip of the tongue."

Pakistan team manager Mr. Naveed Akram Cheema said with regard to this talk, "The ICC's level of tolerance of 15 degrees relates to the degree of elbow extension that is permitted in the bowling action, ie. the amount by which the arm is straightening. Previous tests conducted on the action of Saeed Ajmal show that the degree of elbow extension is well within ICC's tolerance levels. Saeed Ajmal was referring to the angle of elbow abduction, ie. the angle of the upper arm to the forearm and not the degree of elbow extension. This angle is approximately 23 degrees in Saeed's case.”

Andy Flower said with regard to this, "If that's the degree, then there's a problem. That's ridiculous. That is an ICC issue, though. They are there to police the game, and make sure that it is played within the rules, so they've got to scrutinize his action. We've all got our own views, but our job is to combat whoever is put against us, and part of it is also to play the game in the right spirit."

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