Krish Cricket Doctor
The Cricket Doctor can be used for budding cricketers and also for
It helps the cricketers to improve on their basics by
evaluating the short comings.
Cricket Doctor covers all aspects including batting, bowling, fielding
and wicket keeping.
The drills suggested after the analysis will surely
help improve the performance of the cricketers.
A) Can be used for budding cricketers.
B) Professionals can also avail this.
C) Helps cricketers improve on their basics.
D) Helps evaluvate the short comings and improve.
Krish Srikkanth has used his years of knowledge and expertise to author this blog on cricket techniques that will be of great value to budding cricketers...
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This Day in Cricket (20 June)
Today's Birthday Boy
1999: A World Cup final and the dampest of squibs. Pakistan were demolished by Australia, who hustled them out for 132 (extras top scored, with 25) and smashed their way to an eight wicket victory with a massive 29.5 overs to spare. It was quite simply a case of a great Australian team at the peak of their powers, and an enigmatic Pakistan side at their worst.