Mudassar Nazar is a former Pakistani test cricketer and coach. He was an opening batsman who played 76 tests and 122 one-day matches for Pakistan.
After retiring from professional cricket, he has had a number of administrative positions in the cricketing world, including two stints as coach for Pakistan in 1993 and 2001.
In 1982 he earned the title of 'Golden Arm' at Lord's for his match winning bowling spell against England. After retiring from professional cricket, Mudassar became national coach for Pakistan and has coached a number of other teams, including Kenya's national team in the season of 2005.
In January 2021, Mudassar was appointed by the Emirates Cricket Board as a national selector and head of the National Academy Program. He was head coach of the United Arab Emirates national under-19 cricket team for the 2021 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup and the 2022 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
He has the experience of playing cricket at the highest level, coaching, commenting along with various other significant roles related to cricket and development of players.