Spinners have always found it difficult to adhere to this rule and below is the list of ones whose careers were affected severely because of their suspected action.

Sunil Naraine: This West Indies bowler who awed the people with his mystery bowling in IPL, was banned from playing the finals of Champions League 2014 against Chennai Super Kings, due to his suspected action. He hasn't played any international match since then and withdrew himself from the World Cup 2015 squad, to improve his bowling action which has still not been cleared by ICC.

Harbhajan Singh: Having being called for his action twice in 1999 and 2006, Harbhajan worked on his action and was cleared by BCCI. He was reported again in 2014 but came back on track with proper training.

Pragyan Ojha: Despite being one of the fastest bowlers to scalp 100 wickets in Test cricket, Pragyan  has been struggling to become a part of the national team because of his suspected bowling action which was reported in 2014. He cleared the action earlier this year and returned to competitive cricket with Ranji Trophy 2015, where he played for Hyderabad.

Saeed Ajmal: This Pakistan bowler was reported for his bowling action in 2014 while his side was playing against Sri Lanka. He worked hard on his action which has now been corrected and his looking forward to playing the next World Cup for his country.

Johan Botha: This South African bowler has been struggling with his action since the time he has started his career. Reported on several occasions, he has successfully corrected himself every time. This has impacted his career negatively and he hasn't been able to make a mark in international cricket.

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