Murali claims Warne is the world's best spinner

Murali claims Warne is the world's best spinner

Post by Mike Holman » Sat, 27 Apr 2002 01:36:37


Muralitharan wants 600 Test wickets
Reuters - 25 April 2002

Sri Lanka's leading bowler Muttiah Muralitharan has his sights set on
claiming 600 Test wickets, but still believes Australian Shane Warne
is the world's best spinner.

The 30-year-old off-spinner is currently in Melbourne receiving
treatment from leading Australian surgeon David Young on a shoulder
injury he sustained while fielding in the Sharjah Cup earlier this
month.

"I would like 600 wickets, that's about another 180," Muralitharan
told reporters.

"It's hard to take wickets. It depends on how good you play because
sometimes you can drop down, or you can do well. It depends on how you
do."

Muralitharan recently became the youngest player to take 400 Test
wickets but said the difficulty associated with bowling leg-spin meant
that Warne was still the best.

"I think he is the greatest spinner because wrist spin is very hard to
bowl. It's difficult to control the ball," he said.

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I don't have anything to add, but I know how interested people are in
articles about Murali and had this suspicion that the regular Murali
monitor wouldn't pass this one on.

Cheers,

Mike

 
 
 

Murali claims Warne is the world's best spinner

Post by Karuval Sunth » Sat, 27 Apr 2002 06:09:47

At last Murali is accepting chucking and reality!!!!! Larryarse may go
besak!!!!!


Quote:
> Muralitharan wants 600 Test wickets
> Reuters - 25 April 2002

> Sri Lanka's leading bowler Muttiah Muralitharan has his sights set on
> claiming 600 Test wickets, but still believes Australian Shane Warne
> is the world's best spinner.

> The 30-year-old off-spinner is currently in Melbourne receiving
> treatment from leading Australian surgeon David Young on a shoulder
> injury he sustained while fielding in the Sharjah Cup earlier this
> month.

> "I would like 600 wickets, that's about another 180," Muralitharan
> told reporters.

> "It's hard to take wickets. It depends on how good you play because
> sometimes you can drop down, or you can do well. It depends on how you
> do."

> Muralitharan recently became the youngest player to take 400 Test
> wickets but said the difficulty associated with bowling leg-spin meant
> that Warne was still the best.

> "I think he is the greatest spinner because wrist spin is very hard to
> bowl. It's difficult to control the ball," he said.

> [end quote]

> I don't have anything to add, but I know how interested people are in
> articles about Murali and had this suspicion that the regular Murali
> monitor wouldn't pass this one on.

> Cheers,

> Mike


 
 
 

Murali claims Warne is the world's best spinner

Post by Phil Wis » Sat, 27 Apr 2002 15:23:19


Quote:
> Muralitharan wants 600 Test wickets
> Reuters - 25 April 2002

> Sri Lanka's leading bowler Muttiah Muralitharan has his sights set on
> claiming 600 Test wickets, but still believes Australian Shane Warne
> is the world's best spinner.

> The 30-year-old off-spinner is currently in Melbourne receiving
> treatment from leading Australian surgeon David Young on a shoulder
> injury he sustained while fielding in the Sharjah Cup earlier this
> month.

> "I would like 600 wickets, that's about another 180," Muralitharan
> told reporters.

> "It's hard to take wickets. It depends on how good you play because
> sometimes you can drop down, or you can do well. It depends on how you
> do."

> Muralitharan recently became the youngest player to take 400 Test
> wickets but said the difficulty associated with bowling leg-spin meant
> that Warne was still the best.

> "I think he is the greatest spinner because wrist spin is very hard to
> bowl. It's difficult to control the ball," he said.

> [end quote]

> I don't have anything to add, but I know how interested people are in
> articles about Murali and had this suspicion that the regular Murali
> monitor wouldn't pass this one on.

Larry, impersonating Mike is your most fiendish plan yet...

phil

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> Cheers,

> Mike


 
 
 

Murali claims Warne is the world's best spinner

Post by Larry de Silv » Sat, 27 Apr 2002 19:33:16


Quote:
> Muralitharan wants 600 Test wickets
> Reuters - 25 April 2002

> Sri Lanka's leading bowler Muttiah Muralitharan has his sights set on
> claiming 600 Test wickets, but still believes Australian Shane Warne
> is the world's best spinner.

> The 30-year-old off-spinner is currently in Melbourne receiving
> treatment from leading Australian surgeon David Young on a shoulder
> injury he sustained while fielding in the Sharjah Cup earlier this
> month.

> "I would like 600 wickets, that's about another 180," Muralitharan
> told reporters.

> "It's hard to take wickets. It depends on how good you play because
> sometimes you can drop down, or you can do well. It depends on how you
> do."

> Muralitharan recently became the youngest player to take 400 Test
> wickets but said the difficulty associated with bowling leg-spin meant
> that Warne was still the best.

> "I think he is the greatest spinner because wrist spin is very hard to
> bowl. It's difficult to control the ball," he said.

> [end quote]

> I don't have anything to add, but I know how interested people are in
> articles about Murali and had this suspicion that the regular Murali
> monitor wouldn't pass this one on.

Actually I sure was but was beaten to it by others PM (Pompous Mike).

Larrikin

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> Cheers,

> Mike

 
 
 

Murali claims Warne is the world's best spinner

Post by Larry de Silv » Sat, 27 Apr 2002 19:35:07


Quote:



> > Muralitharan wants 600 Test wickets
> > Reuters - 25 April 2002

> > Sri Lanka's leading bowler Muttiah Muralitharan has his sights set on
> > claiming 600 Test wickets, but still believes Australian Shane Warne
> > is the world's best spinner.

> > The 30-year-old off-spinner is currently in Melbourne receiving
> > treatment from leading Australian surgeon David Young on a shoulder
> > injury he sustained while fielding in the Sharjah Cup earlier this
> > month.

> > "I would like 600 wickets, that's about another 180," Muralitharan
> > told reporters.

> > "It's hard to take wickets. It depends on how good you play because
> > sometimes you can drop down, or you can do well. It depends on how you
> > do."

> > Muralitharan recently became the youngest player to take 400 Test
> > wickets but said the difficulty associated with bowling leg-spin meant
> > that Warne was still the best.

> > "I think he is the greatest spinner because wrist spin is very hard to
> > bowl. It's difficult to control the ball," he said.

> > [end quote]

> > I don't have anything to add, but I know how interested people are in
> > articles about Murali and had this suspicion that the regular Murali
> > monitor wouldn't pass this one on.

> Larry, impersonating Mike is your most fiendish plan yet...

Aint seen nothin' yet dude!! :-)

Tell you what though, putting on his pink long johns was an effort!!

Larrikin

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> phil

> > Cheers,

> > Mike