India and Australia are competing today on 9th June. Both teams have made a lot of preparations for this match. We are going to talk about the Australian team's opener David Warner who is currently running in a very formidable form. With his batting, he has created panic among the batsmen of the whole world. But David Warner has made special preparations in one of his batting against India. He has made some changes in his bat to face Bumrah.
Let us tell you that David Warner has put special sensor devices inside his bat in this World Cup match against India. This sensor device records the momentum of the movement of the bat and the momentum when it is lifted. This device is made by an Indian company, which has been recognized by the ICC as well.
Warner is making such preparations
Bumrah gives yorker at a very fast speed, so it is necessary to walk the bat at a speed of at least 70 kms. In such a situation, Warner has put this sensor on his bat during practice and is trying to rotate the ball in a speed of 90 km. Also, the angle of the bat is practising what should be against Bumrah, Bhubaneswar and Chahal.
How this sensor works
This sensor is applied to the handle of the bat. When the batsman batters, then speed data is stored on a mobile app at that time.