Steve Smith Responds Hilariously After Fan Asks Him 'How do you play a 150 kmph yorker'
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Steve Smith Responds Hilariously After Fan Asks Him ‘How do you play a 150 kmph yorker’

Steve Smith
Steve Smith (Credits: Twitter)

It looks like Steve Smith does not want to spill the secrets of his batting to others. The Australia star recently came up with a hilarious reply to a fan’s query about batting. On Tuesday, Steve Smith decided to interact with his fans on Instagram through a Question-Answer session.

He asked his fans to shoot questions at him and they duly obliged. His followers asked him different type of questions related to the game as well as his personal life. And one of the followers asked the Aussie star about how to deal with fast yorkers while batting.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith (Credits: Twitter)

The fan asked him: “How do you play a 150 kmph yorker?”

In reply, Steve Smith gave a hilarious answer although not many could say it was wrong. The fan, however, would not be too amused with the batting star’s response as he wrote: “Hopefully with your bat”

Steve Smith
Steve Smith’s response (Credits: Instagram)

Steve Smith will be seen in action soon in the upcoming home series against India. Australia and India will lock horns in three ODIs, three T20Is and four Tests. The ODI series will kickstart India’s tour on November 27. The forthcoming series is India’s first since action around the world was halted in March in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

On the other hand, Australia returned to action in September with a tour of England where they  played three ODIs and as many T20Is. Smith had missed Australia’s last home series against India as he was serving the ball-tampering ban and would be keen to make his mark this time. India had won the Test and ODI series on their last visit to Australia while the T20I series had ended in a draw.

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