Blog by : Riya Rathore
Ekta Bisht born on 8 February 1986 in Almora Uttar Pradesh. Batting Style Left Handed Bat Bowling Style and Left-arm orthodox fed a regular diet of limited-overs matches the players must change their tactics, find the physical stamina to bowl long spells or bat for sessions and summon the power to concentrate for long periods at the crease and in the field. England seemed to have adapted their approach on the second day and gave themselves a chance to establish control. Jenny Gunn made the early breakthrough to claim a well-deserved five-wicket haul while Kate Cross and Sonia Odedra finished off the India tail. Trailing by 22 runs after posting their lowest-ever Test score against India, the England batsmen came to the crease with a more positive attitude than they had shown in their nervous and tentative first dig. In the first seven overs on the opening day the hosts had scored three runs and lost a wicket; at the same point in their second innings they were 30 for 1. Not only had they adapted their mindset, they had also learned from their mistakes, playing straighter to India’s seamers. Although Heather Knight lasted just two balls, the Jhulan Goswami delivery that claimed her wicket was at least as good as any wicket-taking ball in this match: a quick, back-of-a-length, swinging delivery on the perfect line to entice the edge. Tammy Beaumont was less convincing, leaving her bat behind her pad as she attempted to defend against the left-arm spinner Ekta Bisht ten overs later. kta Bisht has what it takes to be part of the club by the time she hangs up her cap.
Hailing from the chilly climes of Almora in Uttarakhand, Bisht is the only cricketer from the recently-formed state to play for India. Her first steps in the game began as they do for most youngsters: games of gully cricket. Except that Bisht was the only girl to play among the boys. Her skills graduated under the tutelage of Liyakat Ali Khan, who sometimes made her bowl for up to four hours a day, two in the morning and two in the evening. This rigorous routine came in handy when she started representing Uttar Pradesh, a team known for being a factory of left-arm spinners. But Bisht always managed to stand out, thanks to her unconventional bowling style. Bisht prefers to bowl flat, often firing the ball in with a low trajectory. The stumps are her primary target, not the outside edge, and she often employs an exaggerated round-arm action to get the ball to skid more.
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