Couch Talk 53 with Paul Harris, South African Cricketer

In this episode, South African cricketer Paul Harris talks about how he got to become a spinner, whether he feels hard done by the team preferring Imran Tahir over him even after 4 years of service to the team, his thoughts on people calling him a “buffet bowler” etc. He also talks about his debut test (vs India in 2007) and bowling to Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar, sledging, and Herschelle Gibbs’ comments about cliques in the South African team. He tells us the keys to the South African win in the test series vs England, the loss of Mark Boucher, and gives his prediction.

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[Apologies for the poor quality of the audio due to a dodgy phone connection]


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Intro Music: Sampled, Mixed and Produced by Aravind Murali

Guest: Paul Harris

Host: Subash Jayaraman

Episode transcribed by: Bharathram Pattabiraman

Paul Harris Photo Source: The Telegraph

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