New Delhi: Playing the turning ball well is one of the most difficult aspects of batting.
Even the best players tend to struggle when the pitch aids spin bowlers, especially in Tests.
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England's Graeme Swann got a taste of his own medicine during the Ashes series against England.
The off-spinner was batting when Nathan Lyon's ball hit a crack at the WACA and turned so much that it landed in the hands of David Warner at leg-spin.
Billy Bowden, the umpire, had no option to give it a wide.