Irfan, who was sidelined for 18 months after making his Pakistan debut in England in 2010 in a solitary one-day match, made a comeback on the tour to India in December.
     
"The Indian tour was a great learning curve for me. Bowling to quality batsmen and before full crowds helped me become a more confident person and bowler," Irfan said.
     
The nearly 7 feet tall left-arm pacer said that he had not looked back since the Indian tour. "For someone starting afresh, a tour to India can be a make or break one. For me fortunately it was a good tour and I have not looked back since," the pacemen said.
     
Irfan said he feels comfortable bowling to any batsmen. "After the Indian and South African tours I think I also became a more lethal bowler because of the 10-days I spent in the Wasim Akram camp in Karachi. He taught me there how to bowl the inswing and once as a left arm pacer you learn to swing the ball both ways it is easier to pick up wickets,” Irfan said.

(Agencies)

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