New Delhi: The Indian batting lineup is one of the best and the most feared in the current world of cricket. From MS Dhoni to Virat Kohli to all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin, everyone is capable of contributing to the scores, not matter what the format of the game is.
Amidst all these, one cannot deny that behind every successful batsmen that India produces, there is hardwork, sweat, dedication and practice.
However, what has been interesting lately about the practice by the India team is the use of coloured rubber balls – a move from the conventional red ball.
The balls consists of different colours such as red, blue, yellow, green, orange.
But why coloured rubber balls?
Sanjay Bagar, former Indian cricketer and current batting coach of the Indian Cricket Team explains why.
Follow the link to watch the video.
— BCCI (@BCCI) December 5, 2016