India’s Jasprit Bumrah is arguably the best pacer of this generation. Irrespective of the format the Indian pacer has delivered consistently for both country and in the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the Mumbai Indians franchise. His ability to swing the new ball both ways and bowl a deadly yorker at will alongside subtle pace variations are the attributes of his bowling that make him a modern great.

However, Bumrah has a unique where he has a short run-up but still manages to bowl over 140KPH regularly. “The last two strides that he takes, he just powers into the crease. Thus, his momentum increases, and that’s where he gets the pace,” McGrath said during an interaction with the media here at the MRF Pace Foundation.

“Someone like Bumrah needs an off-season because he puts so much into every ball. With so much extensive effort, he needs a break. If he keeps playing, the amount of pressure created given the bowling action he has, he is bound to get injured, which he has in the past,” McGrath

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