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Andrew Hughes /
01 October 2010 /
The Turbanator in action
”But the impact of Harbhajan on the game of cricket cannot be judged by stats alone.”
Harbhajan Singh has packed an awful lot of controversy and a fair few wickets into his long international career. As India take on Australia once more, Andrew Hughes analyses the career of the man they call The Turbanator.
The news that Harbhajan Singh had passed a fitness test ahead of the First Test in Mohali was a considerable boost to M S Dhoni’s men. None of his potential replacements have the stature of the man who, since the retirement of Anil Kumble, has been India’s undisputed top spin bowler. And none can match his home record against Australia. He averages 23.11 runs per wicket against them on Indian soil and has dismissed key man Ricky Ponting ten times in Tests. The series win market is still immature, but India are currently [2.4] to win it and Harbhajan remains crucial to their chances.
Since his breakthrough series of 2001, when he stepped in for the injured Kumble and took 32 Australian wickets, Harbhajan has established himself as one of the world’s leading spinners. He currently stands third in the list of top Indian wicket takers, behind Kumble and Kapil Dev, but having played around fifty fewer Test matches than either of them. At the age of thirty, he has plenty of time to overhaul both his illustrious predecessors, though not perhaps enough to topple Muttiah Muralitheran as the game’s most prolific off spinner of all time.
It is true that, statistically, he probably cannot at the moment be counted among the very best spinners the game has seen. A lot is sometimes made of the fact that his bowling average in India (27.64) is considerably poorer than it is overseas (39.48). But this is not unique to Harbhajan. Kumble’s stats showed a similar disparity. Of more significance is the steady increase in his bowling average since 2001, from a point in the mid-twenties to its current level of 31.62.
His declining stats could well be down to the fact that batsmen are no longer as likely to be bamboozled by his doosra, or surprised by his deadliest delivery, the ball that spits and turns from a length. But some critics suggest that his style has changed; that the trajectory of his bowling has become flatter. This, combined with his control of length and pace, may have made him an ever more effective one day bowler, but it has taken the edge off his wicket-taking threat in Test matches.
But the impact of Harbhajan on the game of cricket cannot be judged by stats alone. Indeed, his career to date has been defined as much by his misdemeanours as his accumulation of wickets. From his run-in with Ricky Ponting in his first ever one day series to the slapping he administered to Sreesanth that earned him a ban from IPL 2008, Bhaji has regularly crossed the line of acceptable behaviour. His most infamous altercation with Andrew Symonds turned the 2007-08 series into the most controversial tour of Australia since Bodyline.
And it is this aggression, this combative spirit that marks him out as a significant bowler in Indian cricket history. Traditionally, Indian players had been expected to conduct themselves in a certain way. This had meant enduring a lot of sledging over the years from teams such as Australia who thought that the Indians could be bullied. Sunil Gavaskar may have made the odd protest, but it was Harbhajan who took the fight back to the opposition. Whilst some older fans did not approve, Bhaji’s antics, his niggling of batsmen and his extravagant celebrations upon taking a big wicket, have endeared him to younger cricket followers to whom he represents, with all his flaws, the rise of a new, confident and sometimes belligerent India.
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