Thursday, December 9, 2021

Ian Chappell says Better bats reducing smaller boundaries bowlers to virtual bowling machine – Latest Cricket News

Australian cricketer Ian Chappell has said that bowlers are becoming ‘virtual bowling machines’ with better bats and smaller grounds and urged the game’s patrons to take good steps to strike a balance between sport and entertainment in T20 cricket. demanded. “Administrators need to find the ideal balance between bat and ball and educate fans about the importance of cricket,” Chappell wrote in his column on ESPNcricinfo.

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The former Australian captain said, “It is okay when the ball goes into the stand by hitting the middle of the bat, but a bowler should be very angry when the ball goes across the ropes even on a wrong hit.” Admits, “This problem is not so much on the big grounds of Australia, but don’t know which ‘genius’ has created a strange combination of a better bat and smaller grounds. This combination is making bowlers a ‘virtual bowling machine’. This is a serious issue for good bowlers and needs to be fixed immediately.

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He said, “When bowlers are deliberately incited by the rules to throw the ball outside the stumps so that they can avoid big shots, it reduces the importance of the game.” He said, “From cricket It needs entertainment, but at the same time it must 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.

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