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Trent Boult feels bowling with the wet ball is ‘tricky’ in India

The New Zealand pacer didn’t spell it out but most players are using the conditions in the IPL to fine-tune their skills ahead of the T20 World Cup in India later this year
Trent Boult

Our Bureau   |   Calcutta   |   Published 23.04.21, 02:53 AM

Trent Boult feels bowling with the wet ball is “definitely tricky” in India.

“I think it definitely gets tricky when the ball gets wet. We have the experience of playing in Chennai and the other night (against Delhi Capitals) was probably the worse it has been.

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“For a foreign player, it is something definitely different to what we used to back in New Zealand and it (dew) is part and parcel of the game here and as a bowler, you simply have to find a way to able to execute some sort of deliveries.

“But ideally you want to see an even contest between bat and ball,” the left-arm pacer said on Thursday during a virtual media conference.

The New Zealand pacer didn’t spell it out but most players are using the conditions in the IPL to fine-tune their skills ahead of the T20 World Cup in India later this year.



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