How to hit the Cricket ball at the Right Time

Part 1 of 3: Staying Focused

Cricket batsman playing a hook shot

Be relaxed between the balls. Knowing how to relax between each ball while staying focused is very important to be able to hit the ball at the right time. Do exercises to relax while waiting for the next ball. You can relax your shoulders, inhale and exhale to lower the pressure, for example . Forget the fear of getting yourself out and stay positive by imagining yourself to hit. After each ball hit, rest your bat and stay focused.

Do a routine that allows you to concentrate. Sometimes talking with the referee between the balls can be a good way to get rid of the pressure of the game.

Think about something else between the balls, as well as when you are not the drummer who has to face a ball. Know that it is not possible to stay focused for two hours of play.

Save time on the field and change your strike speed. Remember, you have to be focused to hit the ball at the right time. When you set yourself up to hit a ball, don’t think of anything other than focusing on the ball to hit. Ignore previous failures and don’t imagine future failures. Stay focused on the present moment, be calm, relaxed and well positioned on the field .

Part 2 of 3: Standing in front of the counter

Portrait of a female cricket fan cheering

Be tense on your toes. Moving your weight on the front of your feet with your knees bent will allow you to move very quickly when the time comes. Be careful not to lock your knees and do not stand with your legs straight.

Keep your eyes on the ball. Keep your eye out (left for a left-handed drummer and the other way around for a right-handed drummer) like your inner eye on the ball. This will allow you to observe the movement of the ball when it leaves the hand of the pitcher. So your body is alert, ready to act. Your shoulders are aligned and your legs are in position.

Roll up your bat back. To begin, secure your position in front of the counter. This is the first thing to master before thinking about raising your bat like a professional. So you need to raise your bat to a height where you are able to keep your eyes on the ball, knees bent and the rest of the body ready to hit. Know that a well-controlled posture will allow you to strike the ball more easily at the right time and that is more important than adopting a professional posture.

Part 3 of 3: Hitting the Ball

Position yourself to receive the ball. Positioning yourself, especially with the front elbow attached to the bowler, will allow you to strike straight. Your elbows will thus have a pendulum movement that goes up when you hit the ball and not a forward movement.

Pay attention to the ball. When the pitcher runs towards you and then throws the ball, always keep your eyes on the ball. By observing the ball well, you will be able to better estimate the speed of the ball .

Stay focused on the bowler of the ball.

Cricket batsman raising his bat

Lower the bat gradually. Bring your bat back slowly and pay attention to the coming ball. This way, you can watch the ball arrive longer and not hit it too early. Therefore, you will accelerate the movement at the last moment to hit the ball at best.

Note that those who bring the bat back quickly and early hit the ball too early and too slowly with an air intake.

Position your toes and transfer your weight into the strike. With your knees bent, your weight on the front of your feet, place your toes in the direction you are going to send the ball. If you want, direct them to the pitcher, as did the players of the golden age of cricket. When hitting the ball, transfer your weight into the bat to give it more power.

Unroll your wrists. When the ball comes into contact with the bat, unroll your wrists. This will give the ball an extra boost. It’s not a shot in the legs, you can turn your wrists to the side as hockey players do.

Relax your arms. No matter how you hit the ball, keep your arms straight. A hit with folded arms will not allow you to properly send the ball that may get caught.

Hit the ball. Most hit balls will go straight to the ground. However, if you want to score six points or run, you will have to send the ball into the air and hope that it will go beyond the limits.

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