It is no secret that Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne will be playing some high profile cricket matches in the USA. What you may not know though is that Sachin Tendulkar seems to be using BAS cricket bats once again. In general it is no great fanfare to have a retired cricketer use your bat but when you talking about cricket’s demigod Sachin Tendulakr it is a very big deal.
BAS have always crafted superb bats. Hashim Amla briefly used Kookaburra but the bulk of his career has been spent with BAS. Angelo Matthews and Darren Sammy use BAS and there was a time during his career that Sachin himself used a BAS.
BAS Pro players will most probably be using the BOW 20/20 BAS cricket bat. When you think of Sachin and Hashim Amla have very delicate wrists that they use to maneuver the ball into gaps in the field. This is definitely accentuated by the BAS Bow 20/20 cricket bat. The bat has a superb weight distribution and balance. This makes it easier for batsmen to flip their wrists and get the ball to go in the desired direction.
Grade A English Willow is what you can expect from the BAS BOW 20/20 cricket bat. It has lovely straight grains and many of them.
The handle is made from high quality cane and is 9 piece. Of many of the bats used, players report the least vibration back to the hands from the BAS BOW 20/20 cricket bats. While this make of BAS cricket bat has a mid sweet spot, BAS in the past have been known to make a bat with a slightly lower sweet spot. This is obviously to cater to many of the sub-continent cricketers like Sachin Tendulkar himself that have a low sweet spot.
What BAS have done well is that they have kept their range of cricket bats on a very high scale. Very strict quality control on their cricket bats, specifically with their professional level cricket bats, ensure that the bats are always of the highest quality.