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   When an old ball swings sharply, and in the opposite direction 
   to that achieved by conventional swing, it is called reverse swing.
   Pioneered by Sarfraz Nawaz of Pakistan in the '70s, it was not until
   the early '90s that the rest of the world started to understand this 
   phenomenon. Its leading exponents are often accused of ball-tampering

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