<br /> <div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Indian bowlers not varying their length enough, says TA Saker" src="https://st3.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20131018121851.jpg" title="Indian bowlers not varying their length enough, says TA Saker" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> TA Sekar (right) also stressed on the fact that Indian bowlers need to perfect the art of bowling yorkers (Photo Courtesy: Delhi Daredevils' Facebook page)</p> </div> <br /> <strong>Oct 18, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> Despite registering a <a href="https://www.cricketcountry.com/cricket-articles/Breaking-Rohit-Sharma-Virat-Kohli-slam-tons-as-India-chase-down-record-360-against-Australia-in-2nd-ODI/32250" target="_blank">sensational victory over Australia</a> in the second One-Day International (ODI) at Jaipur, India’s erratic bowling seems to be a cause of concern for the team. <a href="/tags/TA-Sekar/post" target="_blank">TA Sekar</a>, former coach at the <a href="/tags/MRF-Pace-Academy/post" target="_blank">MRF Pace Academy</a> and a mentor of the <a href="/tags/Delhi-Daredevils/post" target="_blank">Delhi Daredevils</a>, felt that the Indian bowlers are not varying their length enough.<br /> <br /> "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 <em>Times of India</em>.<br /> <br /> Sekar also spoke about the lack of yorkers being bowled by the Indian fast bowlers.<br /> <br /> "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.