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    Thanks for your time guys.. Really useful advice

    Please also tell me how to ball inswingers(for that matter any swing would help) by snapping the wrist.. i mean, do we need to turn the seam towards leg slip(first slip for outswing) and then snap the wrist on release or we should tilt the hand to the LEFT and then snap the wrist on release ?
    Ur advice and help would be appreciated.

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    My previous post does differentiate between swing in the air (letting it roll out gently) and getting movement and bounce off the track (snapping the wrists).

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    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...54288370449029
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    These are a few low quality videos of my bowling from last year - first season. Any thoughts for improvement?


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    good turn. probably need to be faster through the air. hows the seam come out, any drift?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riggins View Post
    good turn. probably need to be faster through the air. hows the seam come out, any drift?
    Thanks Riggins
    Yeah I wasn't bowling over my front leg and was very tentative through the crease. Bowling speed is faster now. With my normal grip the seam comes out upright. The 45 degree top spinning leg break is my stock ball on most pitches, (in the second video the second ball was a perfect 45 degree leg break) then of course the 75 degree top spinning delivery is a handy delivery to get some nice turn and a little bit of dip as well, and the 90 degree leg break (Usually a bit slower to get lots of grip) The rest of my deliveries are all bowled with a scrambled seam to make them more difficult to pick (45 degree OBS, top spinner, googly)
    I do get very nice drift these days, if only I could get out to the nets alone and shoot a few videos! My drift usually is enough to make most batsmen play for zero turn which results in a very weird, miss timed shot. It happens countless times against right handed batsman with the first ball, they see the drift, and not knowing that I'm a chinaman they play to the right of the ball from their view (as if it's an outswinger) trying to play a cover drive, but end up hitting the ball towards mid wicket. Very ugly, but nice to see if your a bowler

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