Umran Malik broke Fastest ball World Record at Net Practice – @163.7 km/h

Umran Malik broke Fastest ball World Record

Umran Malik Broke Fastest Ball World Record throw 163.7 kmh Speed ball in Net Practice before IND vs SA first T20 match in Arun Jetly Stadium Delhi. Team India selectors feeling proud of Umran Malik for India vs South Africa T20 series.

The 22-year-old was crossing 150kmph regularly in the matches and held the record for the fastest delivery in the tournament, a 157kph scorcher, until Lockie Ferguson crossed it in the final. 

This prompted projections that Umran could break Shoaib Akhtar’s record for the fastest ball ever recorded. Shoaib had bowled a delivery that clocked 161.3 kmph in a 2003 World Cup match against England. The former Pakistan pacer himself backed Umran to break the record. 

He throws a ball at a speed of 163.7 KM/H

Umran Malik joined Net practice session with team India other members. Umran Malik throw 163.7 kmh speed ball in net practice in front of Coach Rahul Dravid. Team India Coach Rahul Dravid was very impressed with Umran Malik fastest ball in Net Practice. Follow more Cricket updates on Crickbee.com

Umran Malik has emerged as the fastest bowler India has ever produced in the last two seasons of IPL playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad. After an outstanding season in IPL 2022, Umran got his maiden call up for Team India for the T20 series against South Africa at home starting from June 9.  

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