Grant Bradburn is going to resign as Pakistan’s cricket high-performance coach. He stated that he wants to purse coaching opportunities elsewhere. Grant also served as the fielding coach of the team from 2018 to 2020. Bradburn hails from Hamilton in New Zealand and played 11 ODIs and seven test matches for the New Zealand national team.
It has been an honor and privilege to serve Pakistan, providing challenge and support, to drive the players, coaches, and teams forward," Bradburn said in a statement. "I will leave PCB grateful for the wonderful opportunities and the experiences I have gained. As a foreigner, I felt welcomed and valued by my present and former PCB colleagues, players, officials, and the Pakistan public. I have always felt safe here, loved exploring this wonderful country, and made many lifetime friends. My wife Maree and three children have also sacrificed a lot in allowing me to serve Pakistan cricket. Covid-19 regulations made it challenging for them to visit Pakistan and feel the warmth, love, and friendship this country offers. It is now time for me to prioritize family and move forward to the next coaching challenge.
Grant Bradburn, Former High-Performance Coach, Pakistan Cricket