Former Indian skipper and current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has taken up the entire controversy surrounding Switch’s hit and shared his views on what he thinks of the entire puzzle that was created.
In particular, Glenn Maxwell’s move to India in the previous series did not go over well with former Australian legend Ian Chappel, who went on to say that the shot must be banned as it is unfair to the bowlers.
Chappell wrote for ESPNCricinfo and said that while the shot was excellent, it wasn’t fair to the bowler.
“One of the main roles of a cricket administrator is to establish laws that will ensure an appropriate balance between bat and ball. If the laws or playing conditions unfairly favor one or the other, the game becomes a reduced competition, ”wrote the former player.
Former referee Simon Taufel had said it was impossible to ban counter hits because the referees already have too many things to do.
« Cricket is not a science, it is an art. We’re not perfect, ”the former ICC Elite Panel referee was quoted as saying by the Sydney Morning Herald. .
Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has now opened up to all controversy, stating that the game has evolved over the years and such shots are a product of that development. Ganguly said these shots cannot be taken away from modern batsmen.
« The game has evolved so I don’t see how we can take this popular stroke away from modern batsmen, » Mid Day quoted Ganguly as saying.
With the development of several formats over the years, batsmen have now moved away from orthodox and conventional batting techniques. And the modern techniques have produced great results and modern players including the South African, AB de Villiers and Glenn Maxwell. In such a scenario, it is unfair for batsmen to ban any type of shot that is played in world cricket.
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