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  • Why a Ball Reverse Swings – 2 – Video Tutorials

    Why a Ball Reverse Swings

    Reverse Outswinger Case: Now in reverse outswinger the right side of the ball will be rough, the left side of the ball will be smooth and shiny, and the position of the seam will be in the direction of leg slip region. This implies, the ball is uneven in weight and character. In general the […]

  • Why a Ball Reverse swings – 1 – Video Tutorials

    Why a Ball Reverse swings

    Generally when the ball is new and hard, a conventional swing happens and very rarely a reverse swing happens. A genuine reverse swing happens when the ball actually is old in such a way that one side of the ball is rough and other side of the ball is smooth. Generally there are two types […]

  • Reverse swing Bowling – Condition 2

    Why a Ball Reverse swings

    When both the sides of the ball becomes rough and hard, as we know the swing of the ball depends on shiny leather part, so it nearly becomes impossible for the bowler to swing the ball in or away from the batsman. But if one side of the ball weighs more than the other side […]

  • Reverse swing Bowling – Condition 1

    Why a Ball Reverse swings

    WHEN THE BALL IS OLD OR ODD Generally when the ball becomes old we get two different conditions. They are The old ball where one sided leather part becomes rough and hard, where as the other sided leather part still shines (protected shine). The old ball where either the leather parts or sides of the […]

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