backlift

backlift

(ˈbækˌlɪft)
n
the backward movement of a cricket bat in preparation for a swinga mechanical device designed to lift a person from a bedthe lifting of weights using one's backa new form of cosmetic surgery intended to reduce signs of ageing (rolls of skin and bulges of fat) on a woman's back
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He was doing only one thing, unloading a shot with such minimal backlift that Courtois, by his poor standards, was never going to be able to close those legs again.
A right-handed batsman with a high backlift and the ability to generate easy power, Badar could well be the newest youngster to use the PSL as a launchpad for an international career, much like Shadab Khan and Nawaz did in previous years.
Peter Handscomb, dropped after two Ashes Tests, used an exaggerated backlift and nimble footwork to strike 43 in quick time but lacked assistance.
There didn't appear to be too much danger when full back David Buchanan slid him the ball but Long released a wellstruck low 20-yarder with little backlift, which defeated Gillespie.
During his playing career, Raja was known primarily as a dashing middle-order left-handed batsman, with a characteristically generous backlift and breathtaking strokeplay combining a keen eye with wristy execution.
He has a nice backlift in the direction of second slip.
I remember his goals, nice clean finisher, not much backlift.
Forget about trying to get extra space - the best strikers don't need much time, don't need any backlift.
While Adams, with his very high backlift, was more combative, Smith showed the same character he always did on their pitch, gritting his teeth.