Pak spinner Ajmal has been through rehab beforeApril 28th, 2009 - 6:23 pm ICT by ANI
Abu Dhabi, Apr 28 (ANI): Pakistan off spinner Saeed Ajmal, who has become the second bowler in the last fortnight to be reported for a suspect bowling action, underwent rehabilitation in 2007.
Previously South African off spinner Johan Botha was reported and is currently being tested by Cricket South Africa (CSA).
There appears to be some truth to the insinuation that the Australians may be behind reporting Saeed Ajmal’s for a suspect action.
According to sources, Ajmal underwent a rehabilitation in 2007, but that phase was kept under wraps.
Sources informed that after the NCA spell, Ajmal’s action was declared to be in conformity with ICC’s regulations. (ANI)
- Saqlain backs Ajmal's doosra - Jan 24, 2012
- Proteas ease past Pakistan in Abu Dhabi T20 match - Oct 27, 2010
- Pakistan protests to ICC over Ajmal's omission from award list - Sep 04, 2012
- Botha reported for suspected action - Apr 14, 2009
- CSA to release Botha from central contracts - Mar 31, 2012
- Smith spins a web around West Indies - Feb 24, 2011
- ICC comes to defence of Saeed Ajmal - Mar 19, 2012
- Botha cleared of suspected bowling action with a rider - May 12, 2009
- ICC confirms squads for World Twenty20 - Aug 25, 2012
- Proteas spinner Botha says not playing IPL because of faulty bowling action - Apr 22, 2009
- No demons in Kotla track - Feb 24, 2011
- Harbhajan has highly suspicious action, claims Hair - Aug 24, 2011
- PCB may drop Ajmal from Twenty20 World Cup squad - May 16, 2009
- Proteas say Botha is a key player for 20-20 World Cup - Apr 15, 2009
- Anil Kumble to coach budding SA spinners - Aug 13, 2010