The names themselves strikes fear into most batsmen- Shane Warne…Muttiah Muralitharan…Daniel Vittori …Anil Kumble…Imran Tahir…Moeen Ali, some of the world`s greatest proponents of spin bowling. … Spin bowlers are crafty technicians, delivering a ball that on the face of it looks fairly straightforward but completely does the opposite, resulting in a long head-scratching walk back to the pavilion.
Spin bowling is a mysterious art with a variety of actions like The Doosra, The Googly, The Flipper, The Off Break and The Slider among others. Call it what you will but the fact remains that spin bowling perplexes the majority of batsmen and volumes have been written on how to counter this potentially devastating style of bowling. South African cricketers, in particular have struggled against top class spinners, most notably on the spin friendly pitches of the subcontinent.
One cricketer that has excelled against spin is the 2016 ICC ODI and Test Cricketer of the Year, Quinton De Kock. Known as Quinny to his Proteas teammates, his passion and commitment to the game of cricket is unparalleled. Quinton has always believed in giving something back to his fans and fellow sportmen alike and has developed an exciting new concept to help aspiring cricketers, both amateur and professional, to help them cope with the complexities of spin.
Created and developed by Quinton, Spintechs is a unique, specially designed mat that automatically spins the ball for you, enhancing the bounce and the speed of the ball. This allows you, as a batsman or wicketkeeper, to experience all the angles that you would face in a competitive match. No need to hire heavy expensive equipment over and over again that is hard and complicated to assemble. Whether you’re young or old, an amateur, play professionally or for a club, Spintechs is an invaluable and innovative accessory that can help you become your team`s best batsman or wicketkeeper yet.
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