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Case Study: Using Analysis to Help a Fast Bowler Take Wickets

Analyst Waqas Zafar returns to assess a bowler based on bowling lengths. Using PitchVision, a club bowler bowled 360 balls in the nets. Here is a breakdown of the lengths he bowled: Length Balls % of the balls Short 44 12.22% Good 158 43.89% Full 158 43.89% Here is the beehive placement of all the balls: Let’s look in more detail at each length: Short balls This bowler looks to bowl fuller, so bowled few balls short.
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