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Greatest Bowlers: Malcolm Marshall By Cricketing World
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Malcolm Marshall has the best bowling average among all the Test bowlers who have taken 200 or more wickets. His Test bowling average was 20.94. With his quick run up, and fast bowling action, he... More > used to generate such a fearsome pace that it caused troubles for most of the batsmen. His dangerous bouncers were the most feared ones.< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Ian Botham By Cricketing World
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Botham is well known by his nickname “Beefy.” His career has been full of controversies, both on and off the field. He still holds a number of Test records. He is the holder of the Test... More > record for the highest number of wickets by and English bowler. After Ian Botham, England never found an all rounder who could match his prowess in the game. He is considered as being England’s greatest ever all rounder.< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Michael Holding By Cricketing World
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Michael Anthony Holding is one of the greatest fast bowlers from the West Indies. He was born on 18th of February, 1959, in Kingston, Jamaica. This former West Indian cricketer is undoubtedly one of... More > the fastest bowlers ever to play Test cricket. Most of the batsmen in the world dreaded his deadly fast balls. His bouncers often rattled even the best of the batsmen in the Test cricket. Michael Holding was given a nickname “Whispering Death” by umpires because his approach to the bowling crease was uniquely quiet. Michael Holding is known for his smooth and very fast bowling. Holding was 6 ft 31/2 inches tall, and this height worked to his advantage as a fast bowler. He very skillfully used his height to generate a great pace and bounce in his balls.< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Brett Lee By Cricketing World
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Bret Lee is one of the greatest Australian fast bowlers in the history of cricket. He has many bowling records to his name. Lee was born on 8th November 1976 at Wollongong, New South Wales. He... More > stormed into the Australian cricket team with his extremely fast bowling. Soon he began to be recognized as one of the fastest bowlers in world cricket. Greatest Bowlers: Brett Lee Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Childhood and Early Years Chapter Three: Early Cricketing Career Chapter Four: Lee’s Test Career Chapter Five: Post McGrath-Warne Era Chapter Six: One-day International Career Chapter Seven: Cricket World Cup 2003 Chapter Eight: Come Back to the ODIs Chapter Nine: Honours and Awards Chapter Ten: Brett Lee’s Personal Life Chapter Eleven: Philanthropy< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Harbhajan Singh By Cricketing World
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Harbhajan Singh played his first Test Match and One Day International Match in early 1988. In the initial period of his career, questions were raised on his bowling action, and some disciplinary... More > incidents. Greatest Bowlers: Harbhajan Singh Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Early Years and Personal Life Chapter Three: Early Career Chapter Four: Against Australia Chapter Five: Later Cricketing Years Chapter Six: Physical Injuries Chapter Seven: Under Coach Ian Chappell Chapter Eight: Decline in Performance Chapter Nine: Back into Team Chapter Ten: Controversies Chapter Eleven: Back to International Cricket Chapter Twelve: Exclusion from the Team Chapter Thirteen: Harbhajan’s Playing Style< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Glenn McGrath By Cricketing World
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McGrath is considered to be one of the greatest fast medium pace bowlers in the history of cricket. From the mid 1990s to early 21st century, the Australians dominated the world cricket, in almost... More > all forms of the game, and McGrath was a leading contributor to Australian domination.< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Richard Hadlee By Cricketing World
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Sir Richard Hadlee is one of the most successful former New Zealand cricketers. He is regarded as one of the most effective and greatest fast bowlers and all rounders in the history of Test... More > Cricket. In the year 1980, Hadlee was appointed MBE, and then in the year 1990 he was knighted for his great service to the game of cricket. Greatest Bowlers: Richard Hadlee Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Personal Life and Test Career Chapter Three: County Cricket Chapter Four: Bowling Style Chapter Five: Batting Style Chapter Six: The Sir Richard Hadlee Sports Trust Chapter Seven: Physical Ailments< Less
Greatest Bowlers: Anil Kumble By Cricketing World
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Kumble bagged 619 Test wickets, and he is the third-highest wicket taker in the world. He is only behind Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne, as of 2012. Most of the spin bowlers rely on the turn... More > of the ball, but unlike them Kumble mostly relied on pace and accuracy of his deliveries. He was able to make the ball bounce with variations in speed, and it made him a difficult bowler to face.< Less

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