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Speeds and Performances of Pacers and Spinners ....

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2 hours ago, rkt.india said:

It is all about athleticism and Pandya is a super athlete but because he started fast bowling only at 19, he lacked in basics. He is doing quite well at this point. Pandya is one of the fittest and the strongest cricketers this team has and he has no fitness issues. His bowling injury isn't related to fitness.

 

 

Question is .... how can Hardik's bowling fitness be sorted ?

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11 hours ago, vishalvirsingh said:

truly speaking he is not fragile but his body can stretch and hs the talent to over stretch and bowl faster. point i want to make is he is a super talented fast pacer but AR job is extremmely demanding...its like playing 2 games, human being cannot take it easily. see his fielding too , he can stretch like anything.

 

bcos he stretches , pushes his body to stretch hard , he can get hurt , he can get injured and then his muscles nerves get pulled , even had a big back issue bcos he was trying too hard. so its like he tried above n beyond his body limits.

as of today only pacer who looks over stretching in Umraan malik who stretches very hard and even hardik stretches sometimes too hard. even umesh used to stretch earlier when he was a regular 145K pacer at the start of his career. any pace above 125K for most bowlers requires to stretch above n beyond and thats why the players gt hurt /injured.

thats why all experienced pacers start bowling Slow bcos they dont want their mucles n bones n nerve pulls. 

when ever i used run too fast in running between the wickets , i used to gt some leg pulls or leg or knee injuries so i finally realised to run little slower when i had to take runs and so i used to avoid very cheeky risky runs.

It's demanding but his muscles and bones might be more prone to that workload than others,I think he will break down again if he ups his workload.Should just stick to a couple of overs in t20s.

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12 hours ago, rkt.india said:

No. He just needs to run in well in his runup and he will be fine. He will get the issue if he runs in slowly that will lead more time on backfoot and more lateral flexion. He needs very fast BFC.

Let's see ,but he has already got injured even after changing his action

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3 minutes ago, Vijy said:

it's difficult to understand because it is mostly lacking in common sense

Why would he chose batting first when he just won last game bowling first. You cannot hold captain responsible for a decision like this. These are taken from management level.

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Just now, rkt.india said:

Why would he chose batting first when he just won last game bowling first. You cannot hold captain responsible for a decision like this. These are taken from management level.

captain will have some input, and in certain cases will also have the final say.

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