Bradman not just played it but wrote one of the finrst technical pieces on why the cricket ball swings. After sixty years, it still remains the best piece one has read on this complex subjest. Read Bradman's Art of Cricket.
This art is almost defunct today and THAT is a tragedy. Today when a left arm bowler (new ball) brings the ball in to the right hander it takes a great player like Sachin Tendulkar to comment "he has a God given gift of being able to bring the ball naturally in to right handers". In the 60's and 70's every single left arm bowler I saw could do it.
Even a left arm spinner (as long as he had a good action) could make the ball swerve in the air by just coming in and bowling without applying spin on the delivery.
I have seen Bishen Bedi do it in the nets and it was absolutely fascinating to see how he could make decent batsmen look like idiots with the big swing on what looked like mouth watering half-volleys.
Its not your fault that you think Bond is performing a miracle for he is in a world where not many of the top new ball bowlers are doing it but he is by no means the only one and as anyone who knows his cricket he is no where close to being one of the pioneers. For that he should have been born a century ago.
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