I feel while using heavy bat it is better to place the fingers under the handle and with light bat I can just grip it with my thumb and index finger. Plz comment. Hi Omer, you are absolutely right, the heavier the bat, the more the bottom hand has to come in to control the bat. Graeme Smith is a case in point, his dominant bottom hand grip has made his ability to control off side shots problematic.
Lay your cricket bat on the ground with the face of the bat pointing downwards, and the handle pointing directly towards you. Pick up the bat using the conventional V grip, which I outlined earlier in this post. Once your hands are in the V grip position, rotate your bottom hand so that it goes underneath the bat.
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Step 1, Lay the bat on the ground. A cricket bat has a flat side for striking the ball, and the back has a ridge, or spine, running down the middle. The spine should be facing up.Step 2, Make a 'V' shape defined by the thumb and forefinger of both hands. Hold your hands in front of you, palms down. Your fingers on both hands should be grouped together, but for your thumbs, which extend to the sides to form the 'V' shape. The 'V's should be upside down – i.e. open end towards the ground ...
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Remember to grip it with firm wrists so that the bat doesn't turn in your hand while batting. This grip is great when it comes to increasing power but the close proximity of the hands to each other and to the base of the handle makes it difficult to play to control the ball and keep it grounded as there is little room to maneuver. A bad grip can be the main reason why a batsman is unable to generate power or score runs.
Answer (1 of 2): There have been several bottom hand players in international cricket. But, by bottom hand player, we mean that they let their bottom hand dominate a little more than usual.
Hold the bat cone firmly with one hand. Pass the new grip onto the thin end of the bat cone while pulling it to full extension. Hold the bottom edge of the grip between the thumb and index finger of your other hand. Roll the grip up the bat cone. Fold the rubber over itself until it forms an "O" shape.