BBL 13: Haris Rauf enjoys a family day at the Melbourne Stars

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It was reported on Sunday that Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf attended the Melbourne Stars family day on Sunday, while he was currently playing in the Big Bash League (BBL). 

There was an announcement made by the Melbourne Stars that the fast bowler had joined their team for the upcoming BBL season 13, which started on December 7 and will end on January 24 of next year.

Melbourne Starts made the announcement on the X platform, formerly known as Twitter, saying, “Look who’s there.” There were other members of the squad present at the family day held in Melbourne where the 30-year-old fast bowler attended along with other members of the squad.

The Pakistani spinner Usama Mir is already a member of the Melbourne Stars side. In an earlier announcement, the team announced that it introduces a new seating area on level 1 of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) dubbed “Pakistan Bay”, which promises to be a unique and thrilling experience for cricket enthusiasts.

Furthermore, it introduced a new exclusive membership category for the 2013 BBL season, known as the “House of Rauf”, which offers an unparalleled fan experience for the BBL 13 season, allowing fans to witness all the exciting action live from Pakistan Bay.With the introduction of Pakistan Bay and House of Rauf membership, the Melbourne Stars and the Melbourne Cricket Ground hope to create a memorable experience for fans of both teams.

After Chief Selector Wahab Raiz announced on Monday that he had decided to pull out of the Australia tour due to intense criticism from all sides, Haris has come under severe criticism from all sides.

During the discussion, Wahab mentioned that Haris had concerns about whether he would have fitness problems if he participated in the tour. Despite the fact that we have tried to facilitate him in every way, even if he failed in this tour, I am ready to accept it. Our fitness consultant believes that he [Rauf] would not have any problems moving forward.

“We could have managed the issues […] but he pulled out at the last moment. I believe this will be a set back to Pakistan,” the chief selector explained.

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