A. The answer is pretty simple. When part-time bowlers are in operation, batsmen tend to relax a bit and get out either by going for extravagant shots or try to be too cautious or defensive.
This situation normally occurs when the opening bowlers would have bowled very good line and length, giving very little away to the batsmen. When the part-time bowlers come into play, batsmen think that it's time for them to flex their muscles and showcase all their shots. This would serve as an opportunity to the part-timers to take some crucial wickets.
A. Part time bowlers or one who bowls occasionally are partnership breakers. Itâ€™s a mental aspect of the game where batsmen who dealt with the main bowlers with ease find themselves brimming with confidence and in the process gets complacent against such bowlers. A small amount of distraction or a lapse in their concentration levels may lead to their downfall. If the part timer is able to bowl a peach of a delivery which bamboozles the batsman, then he may get out because of an unexpected bowling change made by the fielding captain.
A. Hello srinivas Part-timers are often reffered to as partnership breakers in both forms of the game.Nathan astle ,the late hansie cronje and hopper were few names who had great success and duminy ,yuvi,viru and collingwood in the present era.Part time bowlers are really handy that they get the odd wicket very often and does the job for the captain. The batsman start losing concentration when a part time bowler comes on because he thinks there can be easy runs and he drops his guard. Therefore, it is really a phychological thing with the batsmen that cause them to lose their wickets. I think the plan for the batsmen should therefore, be to treat the part time bowlers like genuine bowlers and maybe then these type of bowlers would not have the sucess they deserve.I think part timers are often under bowled in Tests.