Steve Waugh Masterclass: Former Australia captain on the art of Test batting and his supreme career

Steve Waugh captained Australia to success making 168 Test caps on the way.
When it has to do with talking Test match batting there are few better experts and so it proved when we invited”Tugga” to the Ashes Zone to get a masterclass.
Click on the video below to see Waugh, who had been joined by a fellow legend of this game at Ricky Ponting, reflect upon how aggressive yard cricket with his own brothers paved the way to get a supreme international career where he scored almost 11,000 Test runs at 51 and captained Australia to Cricket World Cup success.
The 54-year-old discusses how the impact of Bob Simpson played a major part in his development and also how he gave up playing with semi-professional football to pursue a career in cricket.
Waugh – wearing Steve Smith’s gloves for the demonstration – talks through his technique, including his tips for staying emotionally new at the crease and the basics of the setup.
Sky Sports Cricket’s Ian Ward asks him about a number of the standout moments of his career, including his battle with West Indies excellent Curtly Ambrose in 1995, the 1999 Cricket World Cup and some of his most famous Ashes innings.
See the Steve Waugh Masterclass in complete at the Peak of the page!

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