“A good length area is open to interpretation. It changes on the conditions of the track as well as batsmen’s position at the crease. A bowler needs to learn to adapt and change his length back or forward accordingly. To an observer like me, from the cluster that builds around a good length area, it seems that Indian bowlers are not changing their lengths enough,” Sekar said, as reported by Times of India.
Sekar also spoke about the lack of yorkers being bowled by the Indian fast bowlers.
“Indian bowlers’ inefficiency at bowling yorkers also seems surprising. There is no secret to bowling a perfect yorker — practice makes perfect. Day in and day out you have to practice hitting the block-hole in the nets,” he said.