Karachi, March 14, 2022: Pakistan’s bowling coach Shaun Tait, who missed the Rawalpindi Test due to his father’s demise has joined the Test squad here on Monday.
Tait, whose father passed away last month has now joined the Pakistan Test squad to serve as the bowling coach of the national side during their historic home series against Australia.
After arriving on March 9, the bowling coach underwent a mandatory three-day isolation period before joining the side amidst the historic Karachi Test.
Taking to Twitter, Pakistan Cricket shared the footage of Tait joining the squad.
“Bowling coach Shaun Tait has joined the Pakistan Test squad in Karachi, the former Australian fast bowler is very excited with the opportunity of working with Pakistan bowlers,” the cricket board wrote.
While joining the squad, Tait revealed that he believes it would be a memorable experience for him to coach Pakistan’s side.
“I believe coaching Pakistan will be a memorable experience for sure. Pakistan is famous for its fast bowling. So, it will be fun to coach,” he said.
“I will try to pass on my experience to Pakistani bowlers,” he added.
Tait then went on to say that he is happy to tour Pakistan as it’s his first visit to the country. He also revealed that he was also been associated with the Pakistan Super League (PSL).