Sunil Gavaskar revealed the names of 2 bowlers whom he feared:
Former Indian skipper, Sunil Gavaskar told the names of the 2 most domineering bowlers. He also mentioned the name of most destructive batsman. Sunil Gavaskar revealed the names of 2 bowlers whom he feared.
The cricketer-turned-commentator was known for dominate the opposite team with the help of his extraordinary batting skills. Gavaskar was the first Indian Batsman to reach the milestone of crossing 10,000 mark in Test cricket.
Gavaskar used to play played without a helmet was named as ‘Little Master’ by his fans.
The 71-year-old was also the first batsman to hit hundreds in both innings of a Test match contest thrice.
In a recent interview, Gavaskar revealed the name of 2 more dominating bowlers. Sunil Gavaskar revealed the names of 2 bowlers whom he feared.Gavaskar named Australia cricketer Jeff Thomson in terms of pace and West Indies cricketer, Andy Roberts in terms of ability to deceive batters any time. He said that the bowler with whom batsman must be most watchful is Andy Roberts.
Sunil Gavaskar revealed the names of 2 bowlers whom he feared.
“Two bowlers whom I feared in terms or pace, and quality of bowling. In terms of pace, I think Jeff Thomson was the quickest and in terms of the ability to get your out any time, it was Andy Roberts, with Malcolm Marshall, Richard Hadlee and Imran Khan just a bit below. But Andy had the great ability to get you out even if you’re past a 100. He was the bowler you had to be most watchful against,” Gavaskar told the Cricket Analyst Show.
When he was asked about the best batsman he saw, he picked up the name of Windies’ Viv Richards.
“Who was the best batsman that I saw? I think everybody agrees that it is Viv Richards for the way he dominated the opposition attack. Just took the game away. So he’s got to be the best opposition batsman that I have seen,” Gavaskar stated.
Sunil Gavaskar recently highlighted the fact that the New Zealand’s test series against England before the final of World Test Championship can bring lot of difference in practice of both the teams, as New Zealand will be aware of the conditions.