Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Bowling With Cool Mind is The Key Of Success For S Sreesanth – Venkatesh Prasad

In the World Cup opening match versus Bangladesh Virender Sehwag & Virat Kohli played some attacking cricket that was really appreciable. Opening match of World Cup is really important for and the performances like this is good to see. But India Needs to work on his bowling and think upon his bowling action plan. Pitch was slow and not helping the fast bowlers in movement in air and for “Off The Wicket Side”.

Indian Fast Bowler S Sreesanth with his well known aggressions
Munaf Patel’s bowling performance was the biggest plus point for India to win the match against Bangladesh. He surprised the batsman & showed variations & did time to time slow bowling

So many news and talks about Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth who given 53 runs in 5 overs spell. But we have to still keep in mind that in Indian sub-continent pitches any best bowler can see this bad in his life. He is still highly rated bowler according to me because the ability to take the ball away from the right hander batsman & seem position. Although he does not quite bowl at the pace of a Mithcell Johnson or Brett Lee, he has that ability to rush batsman. What’s more, the edges will carry to the keeper and slips even on life-less tracks. The key to S Sreesanth is keeping calm and thinking clearly about what he would like to do.

In the last game you saw early on that some edges went past the stumps to the boundary and a confident lef-before shout was turned down. Sreesanth should not be disheartened when this happens. Rather he should think about the kind of deliveries he bowled. If they were good balls and somehow still went for runs, it’s ok, back yourself and repeat them, the rewards will come. I think it’s equally important fir the team to back Sreesanth and keep the faith in him If Indian team do that, I’m sure he will produce the kind of spells the team need in this world cup.

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