2. Check the Thread Winding on the Bat Handle. Another thing that you should do is check the thread winding around the cricket bat handle under your existing grip. If the winding is not in place or if the threads are broken, then get the threading fixed before you fix the grip from sliding up.
For the conventional V grip, the bottom hand should be kept fairly loose, making it easy for you to play shots on all sides of the wicket. When you pick the bat up, this grip should result in the bat face pointing down towards the ground, with the toe of the bat pointing in the direction of the wicketkeeper/1st slip.
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Reattach the handle. Sometimes the handle on a cricket bat can fall out of the body, and this can be reattached with glue. Cover the handle with wood glue and reinsert it into the body of the bat. Use a rubber mallet to tap the handle into place. Remove any excess glue.
Handle Cracks. The handle of a bat is usually the first part of the bat that needs to be repaired. If you notice the handle starting to loosen, this is the first sign of damage. Although no visible crack may appear, a batsman can feel hampered by the looseness. If you notice your handle becoming loose, have it checked by a cricket bat specialist.
When this impact is off centre the bat experiences greater levels of torsion. The force is greatest with faster bowling or quicker bat speed. Repeated impact builds stress through the handle with the laminates moving excessively when the glue is compromised. This transfers down through the shoulder causing splitting.
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As a loose rule players that attack mainly with horizontal bat shots tend to prefer a Round handle as it allows for an easier roll of the wrist over the ball. Typically the choice of Asian players.
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If a handle is broken within that time, the bat is repaired FOC. No warranty on edges or toe on any bat . Warranty basically covers for internal stress cracks which are not visible.