‘It adds more to…’: Kagiso Rabada wants two bouncers rule also in international cricket | Cricket News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: South Africa‘s pace spearhead, Kagiso Rabada, advocates for the introduction of the two-bouncer-per-over rule in the IPL this season to be implemented at the highest level of cricket as well.
“I don’t see why not, it balances the game more. As you have seen there have been a whole lot of runs scored, wickets are better. It makes the game more interesting,” the 28-year-old opined.
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Rabada, widely regarded as one of the premier pacers in the sport, also commended latest ace sensation Mayank Yadav‘s remarkable accuracy and how he used the two-bouncer rule to his advantage.
“It makes both batters and bowlers think more about the game. It adds more to strategy. From the fans’ perspective, it adds another talking point. As a cricket player, it gives you a lot more to work with, it allows batters to find new ways to deal with short balls.
“If you use it to your advantage just like Mayank has used (for LSG) that is playing into his hands extremely well. Each team can use it as a weapon in its arsenal,” reckoned Rabada.
The IPL 2024 carries immense importance as it acts as a vital build-up to the T20 World Cup scheduled for June. Rabada is focused on making significant contributions to South Africa’s pursuit of an elusive ICC title in the upcoming tournament.
(With PTI inputs)


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