Originally Posted by SJS
Its not going to be possible for him to cut down on his run up in the middle of a match and be the same bowler. If he tried that, it will only show that it doesnt work.
It is something he has to agree to try in the nets and work at it over a period of time and do it in a match situation only when he is comfortable with it. It wont happen overnight let alone in the middle of a match.
Definitely, it is all a question of rhythm and being comfortable. Akhtar can get the same pace of 10 paces rather than running in from the sightscreen. However he feels that he needs such a long run up to be comfortable and in rhythm.
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