Kallis unconvinced by ball-tracking technology

Kallis unconvinced by ball-tracking technology

Cape Town : South Africa | Mar 09, 2012 at 4:51 AM PST
Source: CricInfo
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A review in the penultimate over of the third day's play sparked another debate about the Decision Review System, with Jacques Kallis saying he "is not convinced by the predictive path" of the delivery shown by the ball-tracking technology. Doug Bracewell said members of the New Zealand squad... FULL ARTICLE AT CricInfo
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