Feb 1, 2016: He worked to improve as a batsman, mastering his weakness against the short ball, and learning new strokes even though he was successful without them
Jan 18, 2016: It helps the batsman play many more big shots, but the cost is high
Dec 12, 2015: Their decision to block every delivery in Delhi required not just discipline but also infinite amounts of concentration, patience, adaptability and excellent technique
Nov 24, 2015: He goes through long barren patches between big scores. Can he change his technique without harming his fast-paced batting?
Oct 26, 2015: There was a lot more to Virender Sehwag than see ball, hit ball
Oct 18, 2015: A county stint helped him add variety to his high-quality left-arm pace and taught him to bowl within himself when wickets seemed scarce
Oct 2, 2015: He's delightful to watch because he makes batting look easy, but there are some gaps in his technique in the long form
Sep 26, 2015: Increasingly Indian batsmen seem to be choosing to stand with their feet far apart in the crease
Aug 19, 2015: He embraced the current practice of playing an all-out aggressive game without sacrificing the strong technique he grew up with
Aug 2, 2015: The Australian captain is considered world-class against spin, but his numbers in Asia suggest he has some chinks in his armour
Jul 30, 2015: What makes this innocuous-seeming bowler so difficult to handle?
Jul 28, 2015: Was the England captain's slump in form brought on by issues of technique or by a cluttered mind?
Jul 15, 2015: The lack of a backlift restricts the Australian opener's range of strokes, especially the drive, but he has managed to use his limitations to his advantage
Jun 9, 2015: India's leading offspinner of the 2000s fell away because of his tendency to overuse the doosra. Can he make enough of an impact in Bangladesh?
Mar 20, 2015: As a batsman, he's bent on taking the fight to the opposition, and it's much the same with his captaincy
Mar 18, 2015: They create awkward angles for right-hand batsmen and can use the threat of the incoming delivery, which help keep the batsmen quiet
Feb 27, 2015: His still head and ability to maintain a low centre of gravity help him to pull off the shots he does
Feb 25, 2015: His amazing bat speed helps make up for a minor technical quirk
Feb 13, 2015: They prefer to mostly stay in the crease, even to spinners, and don't seem to know how to pace an innings when batting first
Feb 10, 2015: Like many other destructive batsmen, he has quick hands. Unlike them, he plays the field set for him, not the bowler
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