Waqar Younis, ex- Pakistani swing King, run for becoming bowling coach of Australia is over when he was rejected for the post following an interview by Australian Board. Australian Cricket has been looking for a bowling coach since when Craig McDermott left his post in May because of hectic scheduling, with Younis openly announcing his desire for coach as well as work with the Aussie camp. Waqar said that, he was interested although it did not work out between Cricket Australia and him, it didn't actually work out.
Cricket Australia did interview him. He guesses what he is offering and what they are searching are 2 different things. He doesn’t know, he hasn’t really asked them the details although that is how it stands at present. It has simply been in the last few days. He wanted that he is eager to be coach in Australia even if it guides to coaching younger players. Waqar later confirmed that any progress about a time with Down Under giant is not require for now, whereas extra adding that he is currently looking at further possibilities.
Waqar said that, the complete talk has simply finished now so he had probably got to initiate thinking regarding different things. The experienced fast bowler will be pack coaching schedule a team in Sri Lankan Premier League that starts in next month as well as will then complete his responsibilities as a commentator in ICC T20 World Cup, which scheduled to happen from middle of September. Concerned in replacing Craig McDermott whose one year tenure concluded with remarkable results where the Australian remained undefeated for a full season in a full series, the ex- Pakistani speedster faced firm contest from Ali De Winter, who currently remains in pole position to get the job, which having already worked with a few of the present Australian pacers.