LAHORE Pakistans ODI and Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi has called on his players to seek inspiration from the exploits of tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi to make a comeback in the one-day series against England. Qureshi and his Indian partner Rohan Bopanna finished runners-up at the US Open mens doubles event. Afridi said Qureshi had done Pakistan proud and for once it was good to see sportsmen other than cricketers being lauded in the country. His performances are an inspiration for all of us and he has brought so much joy to the people. I think our players must also take inspiration from him that nothing is impossible in sports, Afridi was reported to have said. Qureshi may have lost in the finals of the mens doubles and mixed doubles but he fought hard and gave it his best shot and that is why everyone is proud of him. Afridi said he expected his players to show the same fighting spirit in the remaining one-dayers against England, which leads the five-match series 2-0 with the third match slated today. Afridi said he would love to meet with Qureshi and team up with him to raise funds for the flood victims of Pakistan. Police pass spot-fixing file to prosecutors British police have sent to prosecutors their initial findings in an investigation into allegations of spot-fixing by Pakistani cricketers during a test match against England last month, the police said on Friday. London police have interviewed Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz over claims they fixed certain incidents, such as the bowling of no-balls at predetermined times, during the fourth test at Lords. The Metropolitan Police service today 17th September has delivered an initial file of evidence relating to conspiring to defraud bookmakers to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), police said in a statement. The file will now be subject to CPS consideration. This is an initial file and an MPS investigation continues, it added. A CPS spokesman said it would wait for all the evidence before deciding whether to take further action. Butt, Asif and Amir have been suspended by the International Cricket Council while the allegations are investigated. British prosecutors on Thursday charged former Essex county cricketer Mervyn Westfield with fraud over allegations that he deliberately bowled badly in a domestic match last year. (Reporting by Stefano Ambrogi; writing by Keith Weir, editing by Ed Osmond)