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  author={T Shelake Balasaheb and P Maman and Js Sandhu},
Success in sports depends on athlete’s ability to develop and perfect a specific set of perceptual, cognitive and motor skills. The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of specific visual training program on batting performance in cricket players. Thirty club level male cricket batsmen were randomly divided into three equal groups. The experimental group followed six weeks of visual training program, on alternate days. The placebo group was given simple reading material and watched… 

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