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Improve Your Front Foot Drive with Weight Transfer

From beginner to advanced batsman, one of the most common flaws in driving is weight transfer. But what is it, and how do you use it to hit your drives harder along the ground? You have probably heard cricket commentators on the TV talk about weight transfer when they see a good front foot drive. It sounds clever and technical, and it actually works when you get it right.
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