Tee-time for the Englishmen
Sledging at the nets, watching Rahul Dravid's footage -- England's doing everything ahead of the first Test in Ahmedabad. A session of golf to take their minds off cricket was also one of them.
How Jonathan Trott manages to negotiate the Indian spinners will be key to England's success. But as of now, he'd rather concentrate of the course holes than the cracks on a pitch. (AP & AFP Photos)
Leading the English bowling attack, James Anderson's brisk pace and swing is a matter of concern for MS Dhoni & Co. even on turning tracks. But here, the bowler was seen practicing a different swing altogether.
It was quite a relief for Ian Bell as he swung-and-putted in the tranquility of the golf course on Wednesday morning. But he knows it won't be so quiet once the series gets underway.
Paceman Tim Bresnan is no mug with the bat, and who knows that better than India. Even with golf club at disposal, Bresnan didn't forget to get his drive-on the up corrected.