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Yes, many bowlers at starting carrier bowl with very low pace in cricket club matches. After putting too much efforts and daily practices made them speedy/pacer bowler. One example is like Wahab Riaz … Pakistani player (left hand fast bowler)in the beginning bowl with average of 120 to 130 Kph. After polishing them self ,bowl with 140 to 150 kph in international matches. Reference: …
answered Nov 22 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
the relative humidity in the ambient air is nearly 100%. and James, MacDonald and Hart2: It is clear that humidity remains a perplexing issue with regards to cricket ball swing. Similar to many … discussions with various world class cricket players on this topic including England’s Andrew Flintoff. It is apparent that contrary to what is debated in the scientific literature, these players believe …
answered Nov 30 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
AUSTRALIAN cricketer "Shaun Tait", during the 5th ODI at "Lord's" cricket ground , "London",3 jul 2010 with the speed of 161.1km/h. so there is slightly speed difference but still Shoaib Akhter is fastest bowler in cricket history. …
answered Nov 7 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
No prerequisite of playing international cricket matches. A former PAKISTANI coach Richard have no experience of international cricket ,but having very peachy, satisfactory and quality coaching … . REFERENCE: Qualification: must be enough education to communicate in English language to players easily. …
answered Nov 15 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
Any movement a batsman makes just prior to the bowler releasing the ball is known to cricket coaches as a pre delivery movement or to players more commonly as trigger movements. Throughout history …
answered Nov 29 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
I totally agree with you . Cricket has no age limit for retirement. A player can retire at the earliest of his/her career or go as long as his/her body supports.For example, Australian player George …
answered Nov 22 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
Its seems to be very easy/smooth/effortless but arduous to deliver like Saqlain Mushtaq . But not impossible required more effort and skill(practice). Hold the ball like a fast bowler normally would, …
answered Nov 22 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
its not out ,possible only when ball hits glove of batsman while hand is in contact with bad . Reference: …
answered Nov 28 '18 by Aqib Mehmood
Generally, many persons confused about Dosra and Carom ball ,both deliveries are deliver by the use of off-spine,and both of these deliveries looks like leg spin, turning from leg to offside. Usually …
answered Nov 24 '18 by Aqib Mehmood