In all forms of cricket, spinners have been deceiving the batsmen for years with their web of spin. Since its inception, spin bowling has developed as an art form. Any batsman's ability to stay on the wicket is hampered by the abundance of variations available, including googly, topspin, slider, and flipper. Only after developing the ability to spin the ball well against the opposition can it be employed as a weapon. Any team they play for would be lucky to have them as a match… Continue
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