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Old November 2, 2012, 11:56 AM
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How they've made sure that at 29, Steyn is much more durable than some in their early 20's:

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Australia A v South Africans, Sydney

Steyn's masterclass in durability

Daniel Brettig
November 1, 2012


Though modesty caused Dale Steyn to shy away from the assertion that he is the best bowler in the world, it cannot be disputed that over the past eight years he has been the best managed. Despite a method that relies on delivering the ball at high speed with near to maximum effort most of the time, Steyn has missed remarkably few Test matches for South Africa.


Since he became an established part of the team, only two Tests in England in 2008 stand out as major matches Steyn has been unable to take part in, and those were not for any bowling injury but a broken thumb. As Australia's hierarchy wrestle with the matter of how best to develop the talent of their young fast bowlers, notably the increasingly injury-afflicted Pat Cummins, Steyn's example stands out for its good sense and its simplicity.
More: http://www.espncricinfo.com/australi...ry/589248.html
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