The sensational Aussie opener David Warner has credited the new Australia coach Mickey Arthur for his current form. He said that according to the suggestion of the new coach, he changed his stance that worked right for him.
While speaking to a television channel, Warner said, “I don’t think many people would have noticed this at all, but in the second innings of the Hobart Test I actually changed my stance,”
“My stance was a bit closer than it normally is. Mickey Arthur actually just made note to me before that saying ‘I think that you should move your stance closer together.’ It allows me to put my weight going forward,”
Warner said that it really helped him and it also works in the T20 form as well.
On the other hand, Mr. Cricket Mike Hussey, who has just score 83 runs with an average of 11.86 runs in the recently concluded test series against New Zealand, said to an Australian daily that he is not really concentrating on the criticism about him.
Hussey told, “I haven’t really taken much notice of the external stuff at all to be honest,”
“I haven’t really read a newspaper, haven’t really turned the TV on, since we lost the Test match down in Hobart. I pretty much just tried to get away from it for a week, or for a few days anyway.” quoted by an Australian Daily. He added that he is still in a good frame of mind.