Acknowledge that fear; Set an initial goal to overcome it; Review that goal after a period of time; Use positive visualization; Use positive self talk; Continue with practical practise; Afraid of the Cricket Ball? Fear of the ball is common and it can be a natural reaction, particularly if you’ve previously been hit.
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Best way to overcome a fear is to face it. Practice catching and fielding with the ball you play with. Keep practicing until you start holding all the balls coming towards you. Once you get the confidence that you can catch the ball you want all the balls being played by batsman to come towards you.
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Begin with short ball work with a tennis ball or slaz ball, both underarms and overarm ….slower speeds, hitting the ball over midwicket and down on the ground. Get the focus and feel of watching the short ball and playing it with good intent. Practice your pull, cut, hook and defence.
Concentrate completely on the ball and palm of the bowler. this will help you to time the ball and not miss it, well this will need a bit of practice. And first thing that you to fix in mind is after all its a ball, even if it hit your body you are not gonna die, so take off your fear for fast balls.. Good luck :) 9.
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