>> The sentence is complete in all sense because Kapil Dev was
>> never a medium-fast bowler. He was only a fast-medium bowler.
>I am not completely conversant with the nomenclature here, but I am presuming
>that you refer to medium-fast as being faster than fast-medium. In some
>of the WSC tournaments, Channel 9 used to rate Kapil Dev as "fast", while
>some others were rated "fast-medium", "medium" & such. So perhaps there
>indeed was a time that Kapil Dev was genuinely fast.
:medium. The record books enter the fast bowlers in the following category acc-
:ordinight arm fast] Waqar, Ambrose
:RFM [right arm fast medium] Kapil, Aquib,
:RMF [right arm medium fast] Mudassar, Madan lal, S. Waugh
Hey, you are confussing people, the fast bowling is categorized
as given below:
1) Fast ex: Thomson, Lille, Holding, Bishop, Patterson,Waqar etc.
2) Medium-Fast ex: Srinath, Chris Lewis, Merv Hughes, Mcdormett etc.
Note: Wasim Arkram and C.Ambrose are somewhere in the border
of medium-fast and Fast, hence they get refered as both.
3) Fast-Medium: Kapil, Botham, Defretias[sp.] etc
4) Medium : Prabhakar, Aquid Javeed etc.
5) Military/Slow Medium: Tendulkar etc.
Note: Don't get confused by Medium-Fast and Fast-medium. They are
just the usage of the English language. The first word is
always the adjective which describes the noun. For example
Black-Cow, black is the color of the cow. Similarly
Medium-Fast is "Fast", but of medium type in the "Fast" category and
Fast-Medium is "Medium", but of fast type in the "Medium" category.