But he desisted from playing strokes that once were his staple, shed arguably in the evolutionary leap for perfection. In that sense, he has reduced his over-dependence on the use of hands. And he has a fair percentage of lbws at the start of his innings—17times for an average of 14. For much his career, he was blamed for his (relative) inability to farm the strike. This transformation is the most sparkling measure of his genius—that he’s as much as about the strokes he plays as the shots he doesn’t.
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