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Thread: I always get bold when the ball pitches in leg and middle in good length area

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    I always get bold when the ball pitches in leg and middle in good length area

    I usually try to hit it for the six but always be early and get bold .
    I am a opener and I have sort this problem out.
    Pls help what should I do? which shot do I play?
    I am good in leg side my off side strokes are weak
    I am a right handed batsman

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    I also get bold sometimes when I pitch my balls in my lady's leg and middle in a good length.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axel Stanlee View Post
    I usually try to hit it for the six but always be early and get bold .
    I am a opener and I have sort this problem out.
    Pls help what should I do? which shot do I play?
    I am good in leg side my off side strokes are weak
    I am a right handed batsman
    If you are a batsman, then you should know what shot to play. There's something call instinct; use it first instead of asking for help. If it fails, then ask your club coach or even the guys that hang out with. Go easy at first. Not every ball is a ball you should hit for a six.

    It seems like you don't have patience, that is why you get bowled. Work out your technique. Watch videos of the established batsmen playing and adjusting their shots.

    How old are you? I think you should sit down and be a student of the game. Watch plenty of test cricket, not the spiced up version limited overs.

    Finally, you should drink plenty of fresh cow's milk. Build the bones.

    I hope this helped, and can prevent you from getting bowled. Defend your stumps at all cost. Don't throw caution to the wind.
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    It sounds like you need to work on how to hit a flick off the pads correctly.

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    Press Ctrl+B again and you won't get bold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnske View Post
    I also get bold sometimes when I pitch my balls in my lady's leg and middle in a good length.
    And you yell “how’s that?”

    As she slowly shakes her head in polite disapproval.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axel Stanlee View Post
    I usually try to hit it for the six but always be early and get bold .
    I am a opener and I have sort this problem out.
    Pls help what should I do? which shot do I play?
    I am good in leg side my off side strokes are weak
    I am a right handed batsman
    It’s a lovely community really is and not pompous in the slightest.
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    Thanks for ur replies

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    Just practice in the nets. Get a feel of the pace and the swing and spin (if any). I personally used to like punching such deliveries down the ground when facing a fast bowler. With spinners, generally a flick on the leg side generally works, but a lot depends on the exact delivery.
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