In his last four ODIs, Kuldeep has gotten five wickets, while parting with 55, 65, 62 and 84 individually off 10 overs.
Previous India leg-spinner Laxman Sivaramakrishnan feels chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav needs to add more varieties so as to be progressively compelling in worldwide cricket. Kuldeep, the main Indian bowler to sack two ODI cap stunts, has built up a talent of parting with runs, and so as to recapture excellent condition, Siva figures, the left-arm wrist-spinner needs to add further measurements to his bowling.
"He needs to grow more varieties. He has a decent misleading googly, yet he needs to build up a top spinner," Siva said during an online talk with WV Raman in the last's show 'Back to front'.
In his last four ODIs, Kuldeep has gotten five wickets, while parting with 55, 65, 62 and 84 individually off 10 overs. Kuldeep experts the flipper and the googly, yet can do with adding another stock ball to his collection: the arm ball or the top spinner.
"At the point when you bowl a top-spinner it's over turning as well as plunges on the batsman and has an additional piece of bob. The top spinner rather hits the head of the bat. Building up the top spinner isn't troublesome in light of the fact that the wrist position is between a googly and a leg break such a great amount of simpler to exhibit and it simply needs a touch of tolerance and difficult work to bowl the top spinner," Sivaramakrishnan included.
The previous leg-spinner focused on a wrist-spinner's capacity to give the ball more air, as opposed to shooting them on to the batsmen. "Current spinners bowl speedier the second they are hit. That implies the ball will make advances on the bat pleasantly. At the point when a quick bowler gets hit, he bowls more slow conveyances to take the pace off the ball," Siva said.