Thursday, May 26, 2016

How To Improve Your Batting And Score Good Runs |Top sy Tips|

Hi, I am Abdul Qawi Author of this blog.Today I am going to give some sy tips to improve your batting and to score good runs.

Batting is one of the most important things in cricket.You need to be a good batsmen for your tm by scoring good runs,which lds to victory of your tm.Here are few tips to improve your batting skills.

For a right-hander the left hand should be at the top of the handle - vice versa for a left-hander.

Check both your hands are fairly close together on the bat, towards the top of the handle.

Form a "V" by pointing your thumb and forefinger down between outside edge and centre of back of bat.
The top hand rests comfortably on the inside of the front thigh.And the back of the top hand should face towards extra cover.

The stance is the "rdy" position when the batsman is about to face a delivery.

It is the base to play all your shots, so remember to be comfortable and relaxed.
Points to remember:

The feet should be approximately a foot length apart either side or on the popping crse The weight of the batsman should be on the balls of their feet, with the knees slightly bent. This mns they can transfer quickly to either their front or back foot depending on the length of the ball The batsman should be side on when the bowler is about to deliver

Some batsmen prefer to open their stance to help them see the ball clrer

Taking the bat back and stepping to the ball sets the batsman up for playing the correct shot properly.
The bat is taken back towards the stumps and at the top of the backlift the face should open towards second slip.
The front shoulder should roll down as the bat is lifted, with the hd kept as still as possible.
Keep the hands close to the back hip, so that toe of the bat is at around shoulder height.
Ensure any movement forward or back is completed before the downswing of the bat begins.

4)Shot Selector:

The batsman's job is to score as many runs as possible. But to build an innings, a batsman needs sound judgement to work out which deliveries to defend, lve or score off.
Even top class batsmen give their wicket away because of poor shot selection, so it's not an sy science.
The batsman has approximately 12 shots to choose from either side of the wicket.
So stroke selection depends on the line, length and speed of a delivery.
There are three main lines:

Off stump and outside Middle stump Leg stump and outside And there are five main lengths of delivery:
Bouncer/long hop Short of a length Good length Full length/half volley Full toss For the best chance of building an innings, a batsman needs to move their feet backwards or forwards to get into the best position to play a stroke.

By AuthorAbdul Qawi

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