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    "I am ready to open in domestic cricket and for Pakistan if required" : Usman Salahuddin

    A consistent batsman in domestic cricket, Usman Salahuddin made his Test debut for Pakistan in 2018 in difficult conditions in England, in a match which his side lost by an innings and 55 runs. What seemed like a promising start to his Test career did not materialize and despite performing well at the domestic level where he was the 4th highest-scoring batsman in the recently concluded Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, he still finds himself excluded from the national side.

    In an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net, Usman spoke about his success in the 2020/21 edition of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, advice and encouragement he has received from the Pakistan Head Coach Misbah-ul-Haq and Chief Selector Mohammad Wasim, the dangers of undervaluing the 4-Day game in preference to performances in the PSL, why Fawad Alam's example of perseverance against odds is one that he would like to follow and his desire to make a comeback in Test cricket for his country in the future.



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    PakPassion.net: You must be pleased with how the domestic season went on a personal level and at a team level?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    Yes, itís been another good season for me. Amongst the achievements this year, I would list the fact that I finished fourth in the list of highest run-scorers in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, I scored 219 not out in the semi-final against Southern Punjab which was extremely important for my team and we reached the final of the tournament which of course was a tie. I had been told to up my strike-rate this season and it was something that I worked on and achieved. I worked on a couple of issues with my batting and I am satisfied with how things turned out.


    PakPassion.net: Who told you to improve your strike-rate?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    I had a conversation with Misbah-ul-Haq before the start of the season, about what I needed to work on regarding my batting, as I needed to know where I was going wrong in his eyes. He said the main issue was my strike-rate which needed to be improved as modern-day cricket has changed and he felt that I needed to up my game regarding this. So, I took that suggestion on board and I have made some changes to my game which I feel have helped me improve as a batsman. He said that my technique was fine, my defensive game was very good, but It was just my strike-rate that they felt was my weak point.


    PakPassion.net: It canít be easy to just up your strike-rate when you have been batting a certain way throughout your career, can it?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    I analysed my batting and looked at improving my strike-rotation and trying to cut down the number of dot-balls. By that I mean trying to turn some of the dot balls into ones or twos and looking to get towards a strike-rate of 50 in 4-day cricket.


    PakPassion.net: An improved strike-rate, 4th highest scorer in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, an average of 48.63, but still no international call-up. It must seem like there isnít much else you can do?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    Whatever targets that I was set, I achieved them. Whatever improvements they wanted from me, I made. But at the end of the day, itís up to the selectors who they want to pick. They picked what they felt was the best combination for the series against South Africa and all I can do is to just go out there and perform and not worry about whether I will get picked or not. My focus is on ensuring that whenever the chance of international selection comes once again, I grab that opportunity with both hands.


    PakPassion.net: Have you had a chance to speak with Mohammad Wasim since he has become Chief Selector?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    Yes, I spoke with him after the squad for the South Africa series was announced. He spoke with a few of us about our progress and what he wanted to see from us. He also mentioned that whatever roles players had been performing in domestic cricket would be the roles that they would be challenging for in international cricket. He asked me to not get disheartened and said that he had noticed improvements in my batting and that I am part of their plans, and to be ready to go out there and perform, whenever my chance came.


    PakPassion.net: What did you say in response to Mohammad Wasim?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    I said to him that I have made the improvements that were asked of me, especially regarding my strike rate. I have 24 first-class hundreds and 50 first-class fifties at an average of nearly 48 across 128 first-class matches. Iím an experienced cricketer who is ready to play international cricket. Any weaknesses I had, I have removed from my batting, so I am ready to play for my country whenever I am needed.


    PakPassion.net: Is there a concern that despite the kind words, you are performing season after season, yet are still being ignored by the national selectors?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    I have always been a very positive and strong-minded person who doesnít get disheartened easily. I have a lot of self-belief in my ability and will prove to everyone that I am good enough for international cricket. Of course there is disappointment when you are not picked but you have to stay strong, otherwise you just lose all hope and your performances suffer. Itís that hope that keeps you strong-willed and keeps you going. My aim is just to keep on performing in domestic cricket and hope that I remain on the selectors radar and one day I will get another chance to play for my country.


    PakPassion.net: Do you think 4-day cricket is being undervalued in Pakistan?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    Ever since the Pakistan Super League has started the younger players just want to focus on that and are overlooking 4-day cricket. Those young players coming through openly say they just want to focus on T20s and say that is down to the possibility of making more money from that format and there is more chance of being spotted and picked for the Pakistan side via that format. This is such a bad and worrying attitude. I have always believed that 4-day cricket is the highest level of domestic cricket which tests your fitness, technique and I would urge our younger players to pay more attention to this format than the shorter formats.


    PakPassion.net: What improvements are needed in 4-day cricket in Pakistan?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    There have been a lot of improvements which have been really beneficial for 4-day cricket. Whilst live telecasts are a real plus point, I would still urge the PCB to ensure that 4-day cricket is given the same level of importance as the PSL. I believe that salaries and match fees need to be looked at and increased, as that is an issue especially for those players who believe that money can only be made by playing twenty over cricket.

    I also think that 4-day matches should only be played at Test venues as that will better prepare the players for Test cricket. Pakistanís ranking in Test cricket is going down and the only way to help us move up in the rankings is by improving our domestic 4-day cricket and by ensuring that our younger players take 4-day cricket seriously and see it as the format that they need to play in.


    PakPassion.net: Is there a danger that more players could head to United States of America as Sami Aslam has done and others are rumoured to be considering?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    The issue here is that a number of players had jobs with the departments they were playing for. With the closure of the departmental teams came insecurity for many players and they are worried about their future and that is why they are looking to move overseas. But I believe that those players who have strong self-belief will carry on playing in Pakistan. I recently received a big offer to go and play cricket in USA, but I told them that my focus is on performing in domestic cricket and playing for my country once again. Many other players have received offers and I guess those who donít see any prospects of further progress in Pakistan cricket will leave in the hope that their future is brighter overseas.


    PakPassion.net: Is Fawad Alamís example one that keeps you going?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    Absolutely. Fawad Alamís example is there for all to see. He performed in domestic cricket for many years but didnít get a chance. Look at his batting average and his performances in domestic cricket. He never gave up, he always focussed on his cricket and never looked at any negative aspects. That hard work and patience has now paid-off and he has got his rewards. He never left Pakistan, he never complained, he just continued to work hard, and score runs and that is a great example to all cricketers. His example is one that I am following and looking to follow.


    PakPassion.net: You were picked for one Test match and then never picked again. That was quite bizarre wasnít it?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    You can never judge a player after just one performance. You have to give a player a run of matches to see if that player can cope in international cricket and stand up to the demands of that level. Even Babar Azam recently said that our philosophy is to give a player a proper chance and a run of matches to prove himself and not just drop any player after one match. This is what should be happening for all players and who knows if this opportunity had been afforded to me, I might have still been playing Test cricket for Pakistan and would have established myself in this format.


    PakPassion.net: Pakistan currently has a weakness in the opening positions. Have you considered converting yourself into an opening batsman?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    This season I moved up to the number 3 position in the batting order for the first time in my career. So, I have obtained a lot of experience facing the new ball and I believe that in order to succeed at the top of the order you have to have a solid defensive technique which I have. Considering it was my first season at number 3, I think itís been a successful transition. You are right about Pakistanís struggles in the opening positions and I believe that Pakistan needs at least one solid opener who can play long innings and see off the new ball. Iíve given this some thought and I am ready to open in domestic cricket and for Pakistan if required.


    PakPassion.net: How difficult has it been to play domestic cricket within the Covid-19 restrictions?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    The Pakistan Cricket Board deserves a lot of credit for all of their arrangements and ensuring that domestic tournaments have been played and completed, as was the 5th edition of the PSL. For the players it was extremely tough as we were in a bubble for nearly 4 months with a lot of restrictions. It was mentally very tough on the players who were not allowed out of the hotels, but the Board and the players deserve credit for ensuring that the tournaments were played without any major incident. Preparations were restricted and so was the training which made it difficult and as I say it was a tough, but a very enjoyable season.


    PakPassion.net: What are your plans for the future?

    Usman Salahuddin:
    I have always wanted to play for Pakistan and I have always believed that I am good enough to play Test cricket for a long time. My name is known due to my country and I am ready for another chance to play for my country. In the off-season Iíll be looking to continue working on my game and will be looking to play some club cricket in the UK if the opportunity arises. So letís see, hopefully I will get a chance to establish myself in Test cricket in future before itís too late.


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    If he moves to an opener in the next domestic season, and performs successfully once again, then Wasim and Misbah will have no choice but to pick him.


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    The coaches of all six teams have missed an opportunity here.They could have tried technically sound batsmen as openers on domestic cricket.It seems there is no coordination between PCB and regional team coaches.The regional team coaches are not aware of what is needed by the national team.

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    He deserves a chance. I'd open with him and Azhar next series while the likes of Abdullah, Haider and OBY go out on A tours for development.

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    He has played no 3 this domestic season, was the third highest scorer in the QAE 20 and has great FC numbers. Little I have seen of him, he is technically much better than the so called specialist openers we have.

    With him having no problem with the opportunity to open as most expected, I think it would a fare call to have him in and if selected should be given atleast 8-10 tests to prove himself considering his proven track record at domestic level with year after year performances. Even in the test in UK he debuted in, he looked technically better than some of our other specialist batsmen in the lineup.

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    He's a slow batsmen with a solid enough technique to transition to opener. The fact that his strike rate was an issue suggests that he just needs to a position where patience is an asset.

    I also like his attitude regarding not taking the Sami Aslam route when it was offered to him.

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    Regarding the issue of some players wanting to move, I think its the generation of cricketers who get to play years of regular domestic cricket in a mediocre structure without much pressure to improve in order to keep their place. So now with sudden pressure to get a spot and retain it in 6 teams is taking its toll on them. PCB should definitely look into what they can do however, I believe its a temporary issue as the players who are starting in this structure and are being brought up in a more competitive environment for places wont have to feel that sudden shift in environment like last gen players are facing.

    Yes this is unfortunate what players of previous gen are facing but, organizations and structures do change its very common to have resistance to change as well.

    That being said pay scales at domestic level should keep on increasing so players who are good enough are paid well too.
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    Since he is willing to open, he should be considered for the opening spot in the Test team based on his terrific domestic FC stats. And be given a chance to open for domestic team in FC.

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    Then he should open instead of paying lip service. Thereís a big difference between saying you would do it vs actually doing it.

    Currently heís at least 3rd in the pecking order behind Ghulam and Shakeel. Unless he opens he might never get a chance.

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    I feel absolutely ENRAGED after reading this interview.

    Pakistan are currently sacrificing the development of Saud Shakeel (who is 25 years old) so that a 35 year old Fawad Alam can play.

    But since his comeback Fawad Alam has been dismissed for less than 25 SIX times and for 25 or more THREE times.

    And as for Abid Ali, who debuted at 32.......

    Picking old men does not work.

    Usman Salahuddin is like Fawad Alam - he has passed his 30th birthday and his chance has gone.

    And now he is talking about trying to learn a new role as an opener in his thirties?

    Aaron Finch tried that - and he averaged 27.80.
    Matthew Wade tried that - and he averaged 27.75.

    You can't teach an old dog new tricks. If you're going to pick a man of that age as a red ball opener just pick Sharjeel Khan, who at least has already opened in 150 First Class innings.

    Pakistan is going to go absolutely nowhere until they stop giving Test careers to guys in their thirties who weren't good enough to get into the team in their twenties.

    These seem to me to be Pakistan's options:


    STEP 1: Recognise that Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan are your only Test class batsmen with a future.
    STEP 2: Add Saud Shakeel to that top order, retain EITHER Azhar Ali OR Fawad Alam, and then pick from:

    Option 1. Add Sharjeel Khan and Imam-ul-Haq as experienced but mediocre openers.
    Option 2: Add Abdullah Shafique and Haider Ali as your other two batsmen, but recognise that they will often fail at their age and they need to be persisted with like Steve Waugh was until he finally made a century in his 27th Test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junaids View Post
    I feel absolutely ENRAGED after reading this interview.

    Pakistan are currently sacrificing the development of Saud Shakeel (who is 25 years old) so that a 35 year old Fawad Alam can play.

    But since his comeback Fawad Alam has been dismissed for less than 25 SIX times and for 25 or more THREE times.

    And as for Abid Ali, who debuted at 32.......

    Picking old men does not work.

    Usman Salahuddin is like Fawad Alam - he has passed his 30th birthday and his chance has gone.

    And now he is talking about trying to learn a new role as an opener in his thirties?

    Aaron Finch tried that - and he averaged 27.80.
    Matthew Wade tried that - and he averaged 27.75.

    You can't teach an old dog new tricks. If you're going to pick a man of that age as a red ball opener just pick Sharjeel Khan, who at least has already opened in 150 First Class innings.

    Pakistan is going to go absolutely nowhere until they stop giving Test careers to guys in their thirties who weren't good enough to get into the team in their twenties.

    These seem to me to be Pakistan's options:


    STEP 1: Recognise that Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan are your only Test class batsmen with a future.
    STEP 2: Add Saud Shakeel to that top order, retain EITHER Azhar Ali OR Fawad Alam, and then pick from:

    Option 1. Add Sharjeel Khan and Imam-ul-Haq as experienced but mediocre openers.
    Option 2: Add Abdullah Shafique and Haider Ali as your other two batsmen, but recognise that they will often fail at their age and they need to be persisted with like Steve Waugh was until he finally made a century in his 27th Test.
    See, I also think Saud Shakeel should be given a chance, and I also think Abdullah Shafiq can be a long term asset for Pakistan in this format. But saying we should drop Fawad after he scored a 100 in NZ and then another one in the first Test against SA, and that Salahuddin shouldnít get a shot to represent Pakistan solely due to the fact that he turned 30 two months ago is ludicrous.
    I wonder how upset youíll be when Babar turns 30 in about four years 😂😂. This isnít football, in fact, even in football weíre seeing players getting fitter and extend their primes well into their thirties. We shouldnít revert back to TTFs or fixers like Sharjeel, and while I agree that we should drop Abid and possibly even Azhar, that doesnít mean a player completely loses all their skills and abilities as soon as they turn 30.

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    There are not many batsmen in Pakistan domestic cricket with solid technique like Usman . He has done everything possible to earn a call to test team . He is just 30 and there is no reason he should not be given a chance, even as an opener.

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    Many of Pakistan's most successful opening batsmen were not openers in the beginning and later took the opening role, Majid Khan and Saeed Anwar were two of them.

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    It could work especially if he's successful.

    The issue with SR more or less disappears if you are an opener, so he can play his natural game and provide a solid foundation at the top.

    If he performs as an opener, we should utilize him there.

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    Great attitude by Usman. I have never closely watched him so have no view on his abilities but wish him well.

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    Dropped after 1 Test match which was ridiculous.

    I get the part about strike-rate, but given the state of our batting, you'd think strike-rate would be the last thing our coaches and selectors should be worried about.

    Deserves another opportunity and can't be any worse than our current openers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Dropped after 1 Test match which was ridiculous.

    I get the part about strike-rate, but given the state of our batting, you'd think strike-rate would be the last thing our coaches and selectors should be worried about.

    Deserves another opportunity and can't be any worse than our current openers.
    This guy could easily play as our opener, he can't be any worse than they guys masquerading as our openers

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    Great attitude by Usman. I have never closely watched him so have no view on his abilities but wish him well.
    The bits I have seen of him shows he is solid.

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    Best solution right now as others are hopeless

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junaids View Post
    I feel absolutely ENRAGED after reading this interview.

    Pakistan are currently sacrificing the development of Saud Shakeel (who is 25 years old) so that a 35 year old Fawad Alam can play.

    But since his comeback Fawad Alam has been dismissed for less than 25 SIX times and for 25 or more THREE times.

    And as for Abid Ali, who debuted at 32.......

    Picking old men does not work.

    Usman Salahuddin is like Fawad Alam - he has passed his 30th birthday and his chance has gone.

    And now he is talking about trying to learn a new role as an opener in his thirties?

    Aaron Finch tried that - and he averaged 27.80.
    Matthew Wade tried that - and he averaged 27.75.

    You can't teach an old dog new tricks. If you're going to pick a man of that age as a red ball opener just pick Sharjeel Khan, who at least has already opened in 150 First Class innings.

    Pakistan is going to go absolutely nowhere until they stop giving Test careers to guys in their thirties who weren't good enough to get into the team in their twenties.

    These seem to me to be Pakistan's options:


    STEP 1: Recognise that Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan are your only Test class batsmen with a future.
    STEP 2: Add Saud Shakeel to that top order, retain EITHER Azhar Ali OR Fawad Alam, and then pick from:

    Option 1. Add Sharjeel Khan and Imam-ul-Haq as experienced but mediocre openers.
    Option 2: Add Abdullah Shafique and Haider Ali as your other two batsmen, but recognise that they will often fail at their age and they need to be persisted with like Steve Waugh was until he finally made a century in his 27th Test.
    Selecting him as opener might actually work


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    Surely a replacement for Imran Butt?


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    Good attitude hopefully usman and one other domestic middle order player are willing to do this. Then we can find a decent opening test pair.

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    Opening is a specialist position not everybody can do it. I know we are desperate but still they need to be groomed.

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    That's the only way he could make it to the Pakistan team.

    Considering his batting style he is ideal for the opening role. Hopefully he opens the batting for Central Punjab this year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Omer2002 View Post
    Opening is a specialist position not everybody can do it. I know we are desperate but still they need to be groomed.
    I think that's a bit overrated on the flat wickets of modern day cricket. India has a tradition of converting middle order batsmen into opening batsman.

    When you don't have one you got to pick one batsman with a decent technique and good batting temperament for the role. Usman has a very good defensive technique and doesn't play loose shots.


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    Good that he recognizes that, being a decent opener is a sure fire way to make your way into Pakistan team and stay there. We have absolute no decent openers, if he is willing to open I would even fast track him directly into the team and not even wait for a full domestic season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    The bits I have seen of him shows he is solid.
    I have always felt that your top 3 are much of a muchness. If you can bat at 3 you should in theory be able to open the batting.

    He has a good technique, is mentally tough and has scored runs consistently at the domestic level.

    He deserves another chance.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    I have always felt that your top 3 are much of a muchness. If you can bat at 3 you should in theory be able to open the batting.

    He has a good technique, is mentally tough and has scored runs consistently at the domestic level.

    He deserves another chance.
    Totally agree, a 3 should be able to open because he could be in from the 2nd ball of the match. Its more of a mental thing with some of these guys. Nobody knows if this guy will be the answer but he deserves a chance after his stellar performances last year. One thing is for sure, our openers have been generally poor for decades with Saeed Anwar being the last good one. We need to think outside the box, find middle order players that could do a job even if they are not ideal.


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