Ever tried to copy your hero? Play a hook shot like Ponting, cover drive like Kohli, out swinger like Anderson?

It’s rare that a televised ICC game doesn’t offer the best education about the game. Commentators are often ex-stars of the game and offer their insights, stories, moments and knowledge.  The technology available to the commentators such as ‘still shots’, ball tracking, reaction times (just to name a few) are all opportunities to learn. Also in the modern era of Television Broadcasting this gives the viewers access to the players and coaches from the inner sanctum.

So should you pay attention to a broadcasted game of cricket? Should you sit and pay attention to the moments in game? Should you watch your favorite player execute their best skills? The answer is very simple …. YES!!

Cricket on the TV offers the opportunity to learn and model your game based on what you are viewing in any given moment. Watching a team/player perform a run chase, an individual batting effort, an overall team performance, a moment of captaincy brilliance, executing bowling plan to remove a batter … are all things that occur EVERY TIME a cricket match is broadcast to the TV.
So simply, next time your watching a match, tell your parents and partners that you’re ‘busy learning’ and enjoy absorbing the best parts of the game and apply it individually where possible.

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