Sledging

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Sledge
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Sledging

[cricket] Sledging is a term used in cricket to describe the practice whereby some players seek to gain an advantage by insulting or verbally intimidating the opposing player. The purpose is to try to weaken the opponent`s concentration, thereby causing him to make mistakes or underperform. It can be effective because the batsman stands wit...
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Sledging

A term that originated in Australia for a practice that is probably as old as the game, the verbal abuse of opponents. Batsmen are more usually targets than sledgers, partly because they are outnumbered on the field, and partly because sledging can involve long words, which tend to frighten them. With the increasing use of on-field effects micropho...
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Sledging

Not the act of travelling downhill at speed on a toboggan, but the act of verbally abusing or unsettling a batsman, in an attempt to make him lose concentration and give his wicket away. Often offensive, occasionally amusing, always a topic of conversation
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Sledging

Sledging is sporting slang for heaping insults on an opponent so as to break their concentration.
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Sledging

verbal abuse in simple terms, or a psychological tactic in more complex terms. Used by cricketers both on and off the field to gain advantage of the opposition by frustrating them and breaking the concentration of the opposition. Considered in some cricketing countries to be against the spirit of the game, although occasional sledging remains commo...
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