- adj. Performed with an exaggerated movement of the wrist
“He is a stylish batsman batsman who is very 'wristy'.”
“Being the type of gadget that people can wear wrapped around their wrists (let's call them … "wristy", shall we?), the cell phone is aimed at fashion-conscious human beings who'd rather have a funky "accessory" than a rich-featured one.”
“I think he can get 'wristy' sometimes, "Self said.”
“It's a signature shot too, the wristy flick to leg for a strike-rotating single.”
“A single from the first 24 balls faced signified the seriousness of his intent and, an occasional wristy whip to the leg‑side off the pace bowlers or delicate late cut off the spinners apart, risk was almost entirely eschewed.”
“He flicks the ball away with a wristy leg-glance off the front foot, and then grins as he watches it run all the way across the outfield to the boundary rope.”
“It's a quirky, wristy, vertical and extremely violent motion that he hasn't fiddled with much since he figured out how to make whiffle balls curve in both directions around his boyhood home in rural Florida.”
“Murray leads Lacko* 6-3, 3-2 Murray does all the running to catch a tonking Lacko forehand but then gives away the point with a wristy forehand effort.”
“At The Oval, Butt needs a performance from himself as well as his team, for he is not really proven as a Test player, for all the wristy style of his left-handed batting.”
“His bread-and-butter stroke off Hauritz had been the wristy paddle around the corner for a single a time and trying that stroke again brought his downfall.”
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