Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Better bats smaller boundaries reducing bowlers to virtual bowling machine says Ian Chappell


New Delhi. Australian cricketer Ian Chappell (Ian Chappell) Said that with better bats and smaller grounds, bowlers are becoming ‘virtual bowling machines’. Chappell asked the patrons of the game T20 cricket (T20 Cricket) In order to maintain the balance between sports and entertainment, corrective steps should be taken.

Ian Chappell wrote in his column on ESPNcricinfo, “Administrators need to find the ideal balance between bat and ball and educate fans about the importance of cricket. It’s okay when the ball hits the middle of the bat and goes into the stands, but a bowler should be very angry when a wrongly hit ball goes across the ropes.” Australia Not so much on the big plains of.

He wrote, “But don’t know which ‘genius’ has created a strange combination of better bat and shorter grounds. This combination is making bowlers a ‘virtual bowling machine’. This is a serious issue for good bowlers and needs to be rectified immediately. Cheese reduces the importance of the game.

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He said, “Cricket needs entertainment but at the same time it should be maintained with a strong connection to its roots. Administrators also need to keep this important point in mind while planning for the future of the game.

Ian Chappell’s career
Ian Chappell, who made his international debut in 1964, scored 5345 runs in 75 Tests at an average of 42. He has scored 14 centuries and 26 half-centuries. Apart from this, this legendary leg-spinner also took 20 wickets. He scored 673 runs in 16 ODIs with 8 half-centuries and took 2 wickets. He scored 19,680 runs in 262 first class matches. Scored 59 centuries and 96 half-centuries. Apart from this, 176 wickets were also taken.

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