Adelaide: Australian star batsman Steve Smith called former captain Ian Chappell’s statement “ bizarre, ” saying short balls are part of the game.
As a cricketer expert, Ian Chappell rejected the bouncer ban, but he tightened the rules to protect lower-ranking batsmen in the face of increasing cases of head injuries and dizziness. Spoke to
READ ALSO THE PHOTOS: Shreyas Iyer becomes the ‘danger player’ among wild animals
However, Steve Smith does not agree with this suggestion. Smith said: “ It seems like Ian Chappell right now is making some bizarre statements after every game. ”
He said: “From my perspective short balls are part of the game. We have seen for many years that a good fight has been observed and I don’t think it can be declared illegal.
Australian cricketer Steve Smith insisted he had no problem playing short bowling to the lower-ranked batsmen of the fast bowlers.
Numerous cases of head trauma and dizziness occurred between India and Australia ahead of the Test Series, after which the debate over the use of bouncers by fast bowlers intensified.