Former Australian test opener and current head coach Justin Langer were recently asked for his views on the’ Switch Hit ‘and he jokingly said, « Don’t listen to Ian Chappell ».
Glenn Maxwell’s brilliant execution of the « Switch Hit » during the White Ball internationals against India has re-sparked the debate about whether or not the innovation is fair.
Former Australian captain Ian Chappell struggled with the « Switch Hit » when he said the move should be banned.
Chappell’s view is that since the batsman must notify the umpire before changing his ending, the batsman should also not be allowed to change his stance during delivery.
But Justin Langer believes innovation is part of the modern game, and Glenn Maxwell is widely recognized for mastering stroke.
« I went to see my brother a few weeks ago and he’s training for the first time. He trains his 10 year old son Noah. Justin Langer remembered.
« And they’re down there training and Noah sweeping backwards and switching and he says, ‘You can’t do that,’ and I say, ‘What do you mean, you can’t do that? ? ‘They are doing this now and it’s great. » he added.
« Tell him – because when you come out you look like a clown – do it but get damn good at it because if you don’t, everyone will jump over you. It’s part of the modern game, especially T20 cricket, ”added Langer.
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