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Sir Frank Worrell was one of the famous West Indian Ws. He had such a classic batting style it was said there was poetry in his batting. Who among the present day batsman according to you will qualify for this tag?

Asked by Good Citizen, 06 Jan '10 08:57 pm
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Gautam gambhir and virendra sehwag
Answered by Prasoon Sinha, 06 Jan '10 08:59 pm

 
  
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Sir Frank Worrel, one of the greatest contemporaries of not just West Indian but world cricket was a classic batsmen, rarely matched in the expertise of batting techniques. To think that, he came into prominence first as a bowler of slow speed, and then went on to become one of the best batsman is indeed a great achievement. His batting style is remembered for its elegant style, orthodox style of batting and a perfection of timing of his shots. He was one who wasn't afraid of facing the best bowlers of the time and did it with elan to be applauded even by his rivals.

One who followed his style was again an illustrious member of the famed West Indies team Vivian Richards and to a certain extent Gordon Greenidge.

I am not sure who exactly can be compared to him in the quality to match his style, technique and timing.

One could be Jacques Kallis of S.A, though off late he has mellowed down and restricted his style. But in his earlier times, he was one batsman who had a very or ...more
Answered by Omega, 06 Jan '10 09:56 pm

 
  
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Sir Frank Worrel, one of the greatest contemporaries of not just West Indian but world cricket was a classic batsmen, rarely matched in the expertise of batting techniques. To think that, he came into prominence first as a bowler of slow speed, and then went on to become one of the best batsman is indeed a great achievement. His batting style is remembered for its elegant style, orthodox style of batting and a perfection of timing of his shots. He was one who wasn't afraid of facing the best bowlers of the time and did it with elan to be applauded even by his rivals.
Answered by iqbal seth, 08 Oct 05:31 pm

 
  
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