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Who has the best hand-eye coordination in cricket, Sachin or Rohit?

Neither Rohit nor Sachin. They are known for their batting technique. So is, Virat Kohli.

Having said that, the best hand-eye coordination expert was Nawab of Najafgarh or Multan ka Sultan aka Virender Sehwag

Although he lacked footwork but the fierce power, exemplary hand-eye coordination and the way he approached the game set him apart from the others

That according to his coach is because “he had a special gift from God - the hand-eye co-ordination. He had the ability to read the ball from the bowlers’ hand before it was delivered which gave him ample time to play his shots.”

An unrivaled hand-eye coordination, and an uncluttered mind helped him play unthinkable shots and break many records

His brilliant hand eye-coordination has fetched him some great praises from the cricket fraternity.

Because of this hand-eye coordination Sehwag played his game with one single motto- SEE THE BALL.. HIT THE BALL

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