THE END OF REVERSE SWING
The dark art is all but dead, particularly in limited overs cricket. Not too long ago, the likes of Waqar and Wasim were giving batsmen hell, making the ball move in magical ways. Online video sites are replete with nostalgia for their wizardry. Now, most international cricket is played with the Kookaburra ball, which reverse-swings the least of the balls available for international cricket. It is just one of the many legislations that has protected the interests of batsmen.