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Australia’s star batsman had a mediocre stint at the IPL this year before telling reporters that he found the aforementioned attachments prior to the November ODI series against India, presumably on the lower end of his forearms

A few spectacular hundreds in this series seemed to support this claim, but Smith’s test form was terrible and resulted in the SCG test

The 1, 1, 0 and 8 results in the first two tests are the worst run in Smith’s career since he began as a lower-order leg-spinning batsman

But back on the home turf and for one of his favorite reasons, Smith looked back on his best as he drove into a near-flawless century on the second day after lunch

Speaking on ABC Sport during the commentary, Trent Copeland said a player like the former Australian captain usually has enough confidence to get out of a slump

“I think Steve, who has a Bradman-like story, will lead him to believe that more runs are around the corner”

A lot has been done to Smith’s weird ticks when he’s at the crease, especially after every vacation or blocked shot.But Copeland went into detail on some of his habits that made life for Dec. Man making something difficult

“He’s got 40 pairs of gloves, seven or eight bats in one bag, but another 20 that I’m counting in another kit

“He waits for the last ball to be thrown, a bit of superstition, then asks for the gloves so you have to be on if you don’t have the right gear and miss getting out there and he comes out, that’s a big problem

“Everyone is numbered, he enters his favorite horse names there, various athletes. He asks very specific things like:” I don’t want the numbers 30 to 37, only the 20s for the next lesson

“Most batsmen do that with the naming of the gloves, but nobody else has that many

“But it makes Smudge what he is. He’s so different from most of the rest of the world. He’s in his own little world and he’s a wizard at the fold”

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