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Why a fast bowler takes a long start while bowling?
It takes around 15 minutes for one bowler to bowl one game. Two bowlers can bowl one game in 30 minutes. Less if they bowl a lot of strikes and longer if they don't. might be… longer if the boler throws strikes all the time
An average fast bowler would probably get 140km consistantly these current days, because of their levels of fitness, fast bowlers can edge towards 145km/h consistently.
If a bowler bowls a cricket ball at 65 miles an hour how long will it take to get to the batsman on a standard cricket pitch?
Its not possible to give an exact answer as the ball will slow down through the air and when it bounces, but 65 mph is approximately 32 yards per second, so it will take… around 2/3 second to reach the batsman.
On average a game lasts 10 to 15 minutes per bowler per game. So for four bowlers you are looking 45 minutes to an hour. Unless you are a slow bowler or you get distracted.
just over half a second I refer you to the answer on this site by apepper to a similar question regarding a bowler reaching 65mph rather than 90mph; "Its not possible to give …an exact answer as the ball will slow down through the air and when it bounces, but 65 mph is approximately 32 yards per second, so it will take around 2/3 second to reach the batsman." There are other questions to be considered - Exactly when and where (and how) are you measuring the speed of the ball? Jeff Thompson (Australian fast bowler) was believed/measured to reach 112mph or 180kph in French money, "from out of hand". i.e. the fastest point in its flight. That second paragraph was not written by apepper but I cannot figure out how to switch off italics even though I seem to have managed it. Also, if you consider the point at which the ball leaves the bowler's hand, it will be beyond the "popping crease" - this is the white line beyond which a bowler is not allowed to step whilst still holding the ball. Couldn't resist getting Michael Holding in there - another plus 100mph bowler. Because they are leaning forward, a six foot seven bowler (and some are) can reduce the length of the wicket by at least a yard before he even releases the ball. Other factors such as a following wind, a sloping wicket or perhaps an inconsistency in the flatness of the wicket - for example a little "hump" that the ball hits on its downside may affect the speed of the ball before it arrives at its victim. Whatever you believe it is incontestable that - at top-level - a batsman has less than one-half of one second to "read" that ball, select a stroke, and play it. Yet they do. Someimes they smack it out of the ground. How do they do that? I can't even walk. It reminds me of that "proof" that shows that bees cannot possibly fly. We will never know who was/is/will be "The Fastest Bowler". Which is probably just as well because you certainly would not enjoy facing any of the candidates.
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It depends on several factors: are they bowling on one lane or two? What is their pace of play like, what skill level are they? But roughly five bowlers on a single lane shoul…d be about to finish between 30-60 minutes per game. A little faster is using two lanes at the same time, alternating frames.
What does a bowler tend to gain during running from a long distance before he bowls from the take off line?
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No, Haath Jor Se Ghumao to best rahta hai. No any tense. this is my practical.
Long Answer: A fast bowler does not take wickets on his own. It requires the whole team (especially for the batsman to be caught out or stumped). As a fast bowler it is import…ant that the other 10 players on the field are constantly encouraging, walking in with the bowler and alert for any catch, stumpings or run-out chances. Cricket is a team sport and requires the whole team to be successful. Too better improve your 'chances' of taking a wicket, see below. Short Answer: 3 things; 1: Batsman's weakness 2:Line 3: Length. Find the batsmen's weakness if not known already. Bowl specific line and specific length in accordance with his weakness/s. i.e. if you know the player is struggles to play a full length delivery bowled at the off-stump. then you know where to bowl. To better your line & length.... practice.
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What does a bowler tend to gain during running a long distance before he bowls from the take off line?