How To Bowl A Perfect Yorker In Cricket !! Tips For Bowling Yorker In Hindi !!

In this video i have shown you How To Bowl A Perfect Yorker In Cricket without getting hurt ,,We also discuss few techniques about runup concertration while bowling or posture ,,, Basic tips for beginners to do yorker bowl in cricket, IF you want you can find me on social network 🤖🤖 find me on Facebook -: https:// Follow Me On Instagram :- https:// The Yorker is a ball which pitches right on the batsman’s feet, giving him little time to react to dig the ball out. It’s a great ball to have up your sleeve – particularly towards the end of a tight game. Aim for the batsman’s feet, around middle stump and don’t be afraid of bowling a full toss or a half volley. Steps Look at the target In cricket, a yorker is a ball bowled (a delivery) which hits the cricket pitch around the batsman’s feet. When a batsman assumes a normal stance, this generally means that the cricket ball bounces on the cricket pitch on or near the batsman’s popping crease. A batsman who advances down the pitch to strike the ball (typically to slower or spin bowlers) may by so advancing cause the ball to pitch (or land) at or around his feet and may thus cause himself to be “yorked”. A batsman who has been beaten by a yorker is said to have been yorked. “Beaten” in this context does not mean that the batsman is bowled or given out lbw but can include the batsman missing the ball with the bat. A delivery which is intended to be a yorker but which does not york the batsman is known as an attempted yorker. A batsman in his normal stance will raise his bat (backlift) as the bowler bowls which can make the yorker difficult to play when it arrives at the batsman’s feet. A batsman may only realise very late that the delivery is of yorker length and will jam his bat down to “dig out” the yorker. A yorker is a difficult delivery to bowl as a mistimed delivery can either result in a full toss or half-volley which can easily be played by the batsman. Bowling yorkers is a tactic used most often by fast bowlers. A fast yorker is one of the most difficult types of delivery in cricket to play successfully, as the bat must be swung down right to the pitch to intercept the ball—if any gap remains between the bat and the pitch, the ball can squeeze through and potentially go on to hit the wicket. The yorker might miss the bat but hit the pads in front of the wicket, resulting in the batsman getting out lbw. When the batsman blocks such a ball, it is referred to as “dug out”. A bowler who achieves swing when bowling yorkers can be even more dangerous, as the ball will deviate sideways as it travels towards the batsman, making it even harder to hit. Yorkers can also be aimed directly at the batsman’s feet, forcing the batsman to shift his feet while attempting to play the ball, or risk being hit. Inswinging yorkers have a reputation for being particularly hard to defend and difficult to score runs off. Such a delivery is colloquially known as a sandshoe crusher, toe crusher, cobbler’s delight or nail breaker. A recent variation is the wide yorker, which is delivered wide of the batsman on the off side. This is particularly useful in Twenty20 cricket as a ploy to restrict runs rather than to get the batsman out.[2] Despite the effectiveness of yorkers, they are notoriously difficult to bowl correctly and usually will be attempted only a handful of times during a sequence of several overs. Yorkers are best used to surprise a batsman who has become accustomed to hitting shorter-pitched balls and not with the bat speed necessary to defend against a yorker. As such, a yorker is frequently bowled quickly to give the batsman less time to react and position his bat. The yorker is regarded as particularly effective against weak tail-end batsmen, who often lack the skill to defend even a non-swinging yorker and who are sometimes less susceptible to other bowling tactics. It is also particularly effective in the later stages of an innings in one-day cricket, because it is the most difficult of all deliveries to score off even if defended successfully. Runs will often only be scored off edges or straight down the ground. Song: Ikson – Dawn (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link:

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