wristy

wristy

(ˈrɪstɪ)
adj
(Ball Games, other than specified) (of a player's style of hitting the ball in cricket, tennis, etc) characterized by considerable movement of the wrist
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Joe Root has an effective method against spin, while Moeen has such a lovely touch and wristy strokeplay he could thrive.
Wearable device integration in wellness programs and best practices in capturing data were important topics at two prominent conference sessions: Wristy Business: Ask the Experts Panel and Wearable Think Tank Roundtable Discussion.
It never gets harsh and thrashy at any point in this midrange, and the manual gearbox is slick and wristy so changing gears to keep it on the boil is no great hardship.
Mieres took Gutierrez as his partner, while Diaz, the wristy net magician teamed up with the energetic Sanchez to start the new season.
The six-speed manual gearboxes fitted to Golf Mk7s are slick, wristy units that are a joy to use, but the DSG has a lot going for it as well.
Taylor hit 90 in England's oneday international defeat against Sri Lanka on Sunday at the Premadasa Stadium, including two wristy sixes.
But Matthew quickly launched a rally and ended it with a wristy flick to force the set point after 10-10.
The wristy Sean Williams (26, 19b, 2x4, 0x6) was at the other end, determined to score the remaining runs for Zimbabwe when Taylor left the crease but got mixed up in a run out when his team was on 140 for five, in need of just one run to win from one ball.
Rituparna's wristy game and clever placements left the World Championship bronze medallist stranded at times.
Dhoni's 91 from 77 balls was full of his trademark wonderful wristy shots, while Karthik's unbeaten 146 was his second successive century following his 100 against Sri Lanka at the Oval last weekend.
But this was not before the young Essex number six had put on 73 with Bopara, who continued to play and miss while also producing some wonderful wristy boundaries.
Amla's wristy skills make it hard to set a field to him, as he can just as easily play the same ball through the leg side or through the off, the paper reports.