Fact Check: Did Haris Rauf denied to play Test cricket? Here is the truth behind viral going tweet

Haris Rauf

In the wake of Pakistan‘s disappointing performance in the ODI World Cup 2023, the national cricket team has faced intense scrutiny and undergone substantial changes, ranging from leadership to the management staff. As the Green Team prepares for the upcoming three-match Test Series against Australia starting from December 14, one notable absence in the lineup will be the dynamic speedster Haris Rauf, who has chosen not to participate in Test cricket.

As the events unfolded, a tweet has gained significant traction across social media platforms, claiming that Haris has made peculiar remarks expressing his refusal to partake in the forthcoming series against the Aussies. The widespread circulation of this tweet has fuelled speculation and discussion.

Haris Rauf ‘s alleged tweet

In the viral tweet from the account with the username Haris Rauff, there are some peculiar comments made about the speedster’s performance and reasons for not playing red-ball cricket.

“Few days back I was criticized and ridiculed for performing terribly in the worldcup, most of the social media experts wanted me to be dropped from the 50 overs white ball team but now suddenly they want me to play test cricket without any physical and mental preparation. Hypocrite, Test cricket is not only about bowling 10 12 overs per day, you have to stay in the field for 90 overs a day and In Australia the weather is extremely hot during December. My body has been on the run from last 6 months and would have broken down there for sure. Keep in mind that we have 5 matches t20is series coming up after the Australian tour.” the tweet quotes.

Also READ: Pakistan chief selector Wahab Riaz voices disapproval on Haris Rauf opting out of Australia Test tour

Fact Check: Did Haris Rauf passed on these remarks?

It has come to light that the widely circulated tweet regarding Haris’ remarks on abstaining from participation in Australia did not originate from his official social media account but rather from a parody handle. The prevailing news has gained widespread attention and is inaccurate and false. It underscores the importance of verifying information from credible sources before concluding, as misinformation through parody accounts can easily contribute to disseminating misleading narratives.

Also READ: Abdul Razzaq’s hateful remarks on India’s loss in ODI World Cup 2023 final goes viral


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