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Greatest Bowlers: Bishan Singh Bedi By Cricketing World
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Bishan Singh Bedi is considered as one of the best left arm spin bowlers India has ever produced. He has become a kind of myth. His larger than life figure is still there in the minds of the people... More > who have watched him bowl. Bedi was a role model and ideal for many young bowlers like Maninder Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Anil Kumble, and many more to name which India produced in the following years.< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Dennis Lillee By Cricketing World
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Tall and robust young Dennis Lillee made his first class debut at the age of 20. He played his first first-class match for Western Australia in 1969-1970. The Australian selectors were highly... More > impressed by the raw pace of Denis Lillee. When the season ended, Lillee got a chance to be a member of the Australian second team. He toured with the Australian second team to New Zealand and grabbed 18 wickets at and impressive average of 16.44. After that Lillee was set to be selected for the Australian Test team.< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Shane Warne By Cricketing World
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In the years before Shane Warne, the art of spin bowling was attributed to the Asian Test Playing countries. The famous spinners like Bishan Singh Bedi, Chandrashekar, Prasana, Abdul Qadir, and the... More > others from India and Pakistan kept the batsman mesmerized with their spinning balls. The Australians were famous for their pace bowling and aggressive batting style. In the past few years everything changed highly dramatically when Shane Warne made his debut on the international scene. The Australian cricket remains incomplete without the great bowlers they have produced from time to time. Shane Warne is one such magical spinner who broke all the world records with his fast turning bowls and the resulting wickets.< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Jeff Thomson By Cricketing World
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Clive Lloyd, the former Test Captain of the West Indies team, declares that Thomson was the fastest bowler that he had ever faced or seen. Thomson himself believes that with correct measuring cameras... More > and equipments he would be close to 180 km/h. His incredible speed of deliveries gave very little time to the batsman facing him, and according to Frank Tyson, the batsman has to begin playing a stroke against Jeff Thomson more than .o62 of a second before Thomson releases the ball. It is really amazing. The batsman who successfully played his deliveries must be commended because they must have had exceptional eyesight and concentration. It was also reported that when he was at his fastest often his deliveries, after beating the wicket keeper behind the stumps, after one bounce, landed on the sight screen. It must have been a treat to watch such a fast and fearsome bowler.< Less

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