Speedmaster Shaun Tait explains why fast bowlers have trouble bowling at 150 km / h

Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait has recently been appointed as the new bowling coach of the Afghanistan cricket team. Tait, who has always been in the spotlight with fast bowling speed, cited the difficulties faced by current fast bowlers at speeds of 150 km or more in recent times. Tait explained why current fast bowlers cannot bowl at 150 km / h. The former Australian fast bowler explained in detail why today’s fast bowlers are struggling to bowl faster than 150 km / h. He said the players do not have the inputs of their ‘robot-like’ training program and the team physio doesn’t know what to do.

Tait, who has played 59 international matches for Australia, usually bowls 150 and 160 km / h during his time. He bowled the ball at 161.1km against England in 2010, the second fastest delivery in ODIs. Tait retired from international cricket in 2017 due to injury. In an exclusive interview with SportsKeed, Shoaib Akhtar and Brett Lee have been instrumental in their training, but nowadays the authorities have already established everything.

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Tate said, ‘I can talk about this for an hour… I think bowling programs are very common wherever you go, workloads, bowling programs, you have to do it, you have to do it. Becomes. But before I played Shoaib and Brett Lee, there were our shows. But we have a great influx of them. We were not like robots. You are not doing the same thing during the day. You can’t always tell people what to do. You are taking a little workload over your career and doing what is good for your body. “

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Among current fast bowlers, Australia’s Mitchell Starc has only bowled 160.4 km in his career. Jofra Archer of England and Mark Wood have set a fast track record of 155 and 154.98 kilometers per hour respectively. Shaun Tait said today’s fast bowlers are very scared of injuries after seeing their comments. Even professional coaches and physiotherapists do not allow bowlers to bowl freely because their work depends on the fitness of the players.

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“It’s about saving your career,” he said. I believe so. I was constantly trying and bowling. But I didn’t play as much cricket as my body did. When bowlers get injured or lose a few matches, they get a lot of criticism from the media because they are tired. Seeing this, I think people are now scared of this thing without harming their body. ‘

He has served as the Title Bowling Coach with the Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League (BBL) and the Bangladesh Tigers in the Abu Dhabi T10 League. Tait is also part of the Durham training set up for this year’s Royal London ODI Cup.

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