“When in doubt, they just play with a swing”: Axar says English batsmen “don’t read deliveries by hand”

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“When in doubt, they just play with a swing”: Axar says English batsmen “don’t read deliveries by hand”

Indian left-handed spinner Axar Patel said that the batsmen from England do not read deliveries from his hand and only have a reverse and reverse swing to counteract the rotation.

Patel, who is part of the Indian team, which leaves for England next month for the World Cup final against New Zealand, as well as five test matches against England, took 27 wickets in three tests against Joe Korenthe host team in the series, which ended in March.

“If they doubt whether it’s spinning or not, they just play fuzzy and reverse. If someone fights from stump to stump, then it becomes difficult for them, but if the ball is placed outside the stump or foot they go for cleaning. my hand, and they go where it’s placed, “Patel said in an interview with the Indian Express.

Patel said that the performances of spinners R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja over the years it did not allow him to penetrate the test country in India, although he felt that he lacked nothing.

“I don’t feel like I was missing anything. Unfortunately I was injured and lost my place in the ODI. In tests, [Ravindra] Judea and [Ravichandran] Ashwin was doing well. The way Jadea presented herself was very difficult for any other left-handed multifunctional to find a place. Wrist spinners – Kuldeep [Yadav] and [Yuzvendra] Chahal – they were doing well. Thanks to the team combination I was out. When I got the chance, I just tried to prove myself, “he added.

Patel said he was never disappointed, although he was not given opportunities because he knew he was on the line and had to seize opportunities.

“I’m not easily disappointed. I was part of India A and I was in the scheme of things. It was about grabbing my chances. There were days when I was disappointed. I did well, but I couldn’t find a place. But there are a lot of players “Who play in home cricket but can’t get a break because the players on the Indian team are doing well. It’s important to wait your turn and when the chance comes, just take it,” he added.

The 27-year-old said he was different from the others because he was bowling faster and faster.

“I don’t think much, I’ve played in all conditions. It depends on how consistent I am. My bowling is different from the others, I bow at a pace and faster. I can add this ball that can spin and I practice it. Whenever met a senior player, Anilbhai [Kumble] or Ashwin, I ask them what else I can do. I’m taking data and trying to improve my bowling, “he added.



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