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    June 29, 2007

    India's own Perth

    When I saw that photograph, not even once did I imagine that it would be in India. But, the fact is that the ground seen in the picture is at Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh. Not just me, a few players have also been surprised on seeing it. Not just the picturesque nature, the bouncy pitch has also been an attraction here. Now we only hope we have more batsmen equipped to play in such tracks.

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    whether we have more batsman equipped to play in such tracks or not now, we will in the future if more grounds adopt a similar approach. to start with we'll at least see the bowlers enjoying themselves a little more :)

    By Blogger Raodyboy (29-Jun-2007, 6:12:00 pm)  

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