Question for Cricket fans

Azure

G.O.A.T.
I don't know! Fed is just born to play tennis. I can't think of any other tennis player who fits the 'ideal' tennis player bill more than this one man. I can't imagine Fed playing any other sport professionally - football may be because he would probably have great footwork there as well.
 

Azure

G.O.A.T.
I once gave some Dunlop tennis balls to the boys who play cricket in the park. But they said they used harder balls. They buy them in the market nearby for some 30 rupees or so.
The cork balls are too hard in general. When I was a quid I used to fool around with the tennis balls only and then I preferred racket sports for playing, especially badminton because it was cheap and easily accessible.
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
The cork balls are too hard in general. When I was a quid I used to fool around with the tennis balls only and then I preferred racket sports for playing, especially badminton because it was cheap and easily accessible.
Ah that is interesting. Once when I was a kid, I had played with a cork ball. That was heavier and more deadly than a regular cricket ball.

Hard tennis balls are not like that.
 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
The cork balls are too hard in general. When I was a quid I used to fool around with the tennis balls only and then I preferred racket sports for playing, especially badminton because it was cheap and easily accessible.
I don't mean cork balls although I have played cricket with them, too.
These are some balls that look like tennis balls but are harder.
 
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