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How did Warne spin the ball so much?

How did Warne spin the ball so much?

So, what made Shane Warne so different? Warne had freakishly strong shoulders, arm and wrist, which enabled him to impart great spin to the ball, even off a simple, smooth looking run-up. His unique physical gifts helped him to do stuff with the cricket ball, which most other classical leg-spinners could not do.

How does Shane Warne bowling?

As Shane Warne explains himself “You talk about accuracy, line, length, but the thing you have to do first is spin the ball. You then slot the bowl into the two fingers that are up and it is the third (ring) finger that produces the spin by flicking the ball over and out of the two “up” fingers.

Who is the best leg-spinner?

Notable leg spin bowlers

  • Shane Warne – 708 Test wickets (second all-time), one of five Wisden Cricketers of the Century.
  • Bernard Bosanquet – credited with inventing the googly.
  • B. S. Chandrasekhar – took 16 five-wicket hauls.
  • Clarrie Grimmett – 216 Test wickets.

Who is the king of googly?

Shahid Afridi
Shahid Afridi: The king of googly.

Who is the king of leg spin?

Shane Warne
Shane Warne: The King of Spin. It was considered as a dying art. Leg-spin, one of the oldest tenets of the game was fast losing its charm.

Who is the best googly bowler?

Mushtaq Ahmed (born on June 28, 1970) is one of the greatest leg break googly bowlers Pakistan has ever produced. During his playing days, Mushtaq was one of the best three wrist-spinners in the world (other two were Shane Warne and Muralitharan).

Why does Shane Warne bowl like a leg break?

The Flipper is a hard ball to bowl and is something Shane Warne worked on for years to perfect. The aim of the flipper is to get it to stay low and skid on in a straight line. Instead of turning like a leg break. Hold the ball like a traditional leg break.

How do you spin a cricket ball like Shane Warne?

You want to have a nice relaxed arc and let the wrist and fingers generate the spin. Maximising the revolutions on the ball as it flies through the air by combining your wrist spin and the flick of your ring finger as the ball leaves your hand.

Who is Shane Warne and what kind of cricket did he play?

Shane Keith Warne (born 13 September 1969) is an Australian cricket commentator and former international cricketer who captained the Australian national team in One Day Internationals (ODI).

What makes Shane Warne the best leg spinner?

The four main tools that made Shane Warne the greatest leg spinner of all time. Now, it’s up to you to practice. And, the best way to practice is under the guidance of an expert spin coach. One who can ensure your technique is perfect for fastest results.