Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis feels it will be tough for paceman Mohammad Amir to make a comeback to international Cricket without first impressing domestically. Amir retired from international play last December,
"Playing for Pakistan remains my ultimate desire and objective, and I will try my best to be in the best physical shape to contribute in the team's upcoming challenges, including next year's ICC T20 World Cup (in Australia).
Amir, who is married to British citizen Nargis Malik, has already applied for a "spouse visa," which means he can stay in England for 30 months.
Fast bowler Mohammad Amir will join Pakistan’s tour of England having originally withdrawn from the squad citing personal reasons, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said Monday.
In a video apparently recorded in Sri Lanka where he had been playing in Lanka Premier League (LPL), Amir said that he had been "mentally tortured" and didn't want to continue playing under the current PCB management.