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Stuart Broad has focused on the nuts and bolts of what it takes to be a professional cricketer . . . My World In Cricket is sure to be enjoyed by promising young cricketers who idolise Broad and dream of emulating him, but there are pearls of wisdom for cricketers of all ages and abilities to learn from, while the in-depth analysis of key moments in England's journey over the past five years also make this an insightful read for armchair fans who prefer to enjoy the game with their feet up. --AllOutCricket.com
Life as a professional cricketer is the chief subject of Broad's new book, My World in Cricket. The 26-year-old is eager to stress that this is by no means an autobiography, rather an insight into the training and life techniques he employs to see him through an elite career in the sport he loves. It promises to be an interesting read for cricket fans. --Sport
Broad, captain of the England Twenty20 team which returned home last week from the World T20 after a performance sadly lacking in 'KP' power, is one you might imagine would harbour serious reservations about the return of the prodigal after the summer's shenanigans, especially as one of the chapters in his new book focuses on how to create a "happy changing room" --Telegraph
About the Author
Stuart Broad made his first-class debut at the age of 19 and then played his first Test in 2007. He quickly cemented his place among the superstars of world cricket and became one of the key figures in the England set-up as they rose to become the No 1 side in the world. He has now played 98 Tests for England.