After even being retired from competitive international cricket, he has kept himself up to the mark for the different domestic tournaments. He is very much loved by the audience as well as the cricket geeks. Jos Buttler. This English wicket-keeper batsman has been the emerging player as a 360 cricketer.
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Mr 360 degree. The South African cricketer AB De Villiers is considered as the master at the crease and the most destructive cricketer in the world. The complete sportsperson, we can say, who can brilliantly perform in all the aspects of cricket. He is highly capable of handling the duties related to either batting, bowling, or fielding.
Since his international debut in 2004 – selected, quaintly, in the guise of a solid opening bat next to Smith – no player in world cricket has better articulated the dizzying new vocabulary of scoops, ramps, paddles, 360° and all the rest of it. His fielding meanwhile is not so much from another era as a different sphere altogether.
Jos Buttler is a batsman who can play all around the field, making his skill set unique. A 360-degree batsman, in cricket jargon, would describe him. Who is most dangerous batsman? So, here they are! Virender Sehwag (India) Position: Right-Handed Batsman / Right Arm Off Break Bowler. Shahid Afridi (Pakistan) … Chris Gayle (West Indies) …
Wasim Akram spoke with Cricket 360 following Australia's 2-0 series win over Pakistan, and Robert Craddock just had to ask who are the best batsmen Akram has...
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Former England batsman Ian Bell names the shots he would pluck out from other international batters to make his perfect 360-degree batter.. While filming a feature for ESPNcricinfo where Ian Bell has to choose characteristics of his dream batsman, he first went with legendary India batsman Sachin Tendulkar‘s beautiful straight drive, which is a delight for the aesthetes.
For example, a top order batsman in test match cricket has a very different role to a top order batsman playing T20 cricket. Additionally, there are also left handed and right handed batsmen. Right handed batsmen have their left hand at the top of the bat handle, and have their left foot furthest down the wicket.
Founded in 1787, the MCC owns the iconic Lord's ground and is recognized as the authority on cricket's laws. In a statement, it said that the changes – which see the terms 'batter' and 'batters' brought in to replace 'batsman' and 'batsmen' – were approved by its committee following discussions with its specialist Laws sub-committee.
In a total of 31 T20 World Cup matches that Mahela played between 2007 to 2014, the classy top-order batsman accumulated runs at an average of over 39 that included 6 half-centuries and one century.