Kallis gets aggressive

Jacques Kallis has taken his batting to another level by making a few technical adjustments.

SAC coverThe accumulator is now the dominator. Caution has been replaced with confrontation, and a fear of failure with a freedom of expression. Introducing the new, improved Kallis, South Africa’s greatest post-apartheid batsman. Fully adaptable to Test, ODI and T20 cricket. Able to stamp his authority on a match, put doubt into the minds of opposition bowlers and entertain the crowds.

In the new issue of SA Cricket magazine, Kallis explains exactly how he re-invented himself as a batsman. We also analyse his World T20 innings against Pakistan using Hawk-Eye graphics.

Also in the new issue:

Mickey Arthur on the Proteas’ World T20 ‘choke’, why the Champions Trophy is a vital part of their World Cup preparations, and the team’s selection process

– Allan Donald explains why Wayne Parnell has the potential to become a bowling great for the Proteas

Roelof van der Merwe may not be South Africa’s most gifted cricketer, but his mental toughness ensures he is one of its most valuable

FlintoffAndrew Flintoff reaffirmed his status as an Ashes legend with a match-winning performance at Lord’s. Yet 11 years ago, he was an immature cricketer with no desire or discipline

– Why there’s simply no stopping the T20 tsunami

Shahid Afridi’s unconventional approach to the game may have resulted in a modest international record, but it’s also earned him a huge following in Pakistan

– The English County Championship is flooded with South Africans. We find out how some of them have performed this season