Australia legend Glenn McGrath says it was good to see a crop of quality pacemen emerging from India, which has generally relied on slower bowlers.
"To see so many fast bowlers come through (from India) is wonderful. To be a fast bowler in India is the toughest job in the world. The wickets here are conducive to spin and batting. One has to really work hard as a bowler, especially a paceman.To see (many) people bowling at 140 kph-plus, high 140s (kph) is promising," he told reporters in an interaction.
The 47-year-old former Australian pacer, who is director of the MRF Pace Foundation, is in Chennai to interact with the trainees.
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