Signature Shots of Cricketers -part 3

Cricketing Shot

Cricket’s evolution never stops. Cricket did not initially use the techniques that are used today. It emerged during the process of growing from each setback. The defense strategy was implemented in order to survive on those early, unprotected fields. Thus, everything would have been experienced the first time, which has evolved into a fundamental aspect of playing cricket.

Some people have made the decision to stand out. They respectfully stopped reading the book because they preferred to go with their gut. To be effective, innovative shots require thinking beyond the box. Cricket has changed over time as a game. Currently, especially in the batting department, we see mind blowing innovation and vitality. We have incredibly inventive cricket shots thanks to the intense competition in the game.

Cricketing Shots
Cricketing Shots

Here are another 3 that have emerged recently:

1) Rahul Dravid – (Square Cut, Cover, and off Drive)

Rahul Dravid (Square Cut, Cover and off Drive)
Rahul Dravid (Square Cut, Cover and off Drive)

Rahul Dravid, Often regarded as the greatest test player the world has ever seen, does some incredible square cuts that have never been seen before. In the Sport of cricket, Dravid embodied gentlemanliness. Never yell or use abusive language, and always put the needs of the team first. His cover and off-drive shot were also his best. The ball will shoot like a bullet toward the mid-off or covers boundary as a result of the front leg being stretched in the direction in which the ball will go, the bat coming at the ideal angle, and the perfect timing.

2) Sourav Ganguly – (Stepping out to spinner)

Sourav Ganguly (Stepping out to spinner)
Sourav Ganguly (Stepping out to spinner)

Sourav Ganguly, the Prince of Kolkata, was a terror for any spinner or slow medium pacer. Although everyone is familiar with his offside play, he was more well-known for his ability to knock the ball out of the ground. Many believe that Sourav Ganguly’s Leadership as Captain is his biggest gift to Indian Cricket. Several Players, notably Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag, Zaheer khan, and Yuvraj Singh, developed into greats of the game under his direction. Ganguly’s never-say-die attitude also greatly boosted his player’s confidence and assisted the team in winning important international matches.

3) Brian Lara – (Late cuts)

Brian Lara ( Late cuts)
Brian Lara ( Late cuts)

Among the greatest cricketers to ever walk foot on a cricket pitch is the illustrious former West Indian Cricketer. The batsman who holds the record used to have a lot of strokes in his repertoire, but his incredible talent for playing late cuts was truly exceptional.

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