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When catching a ball, your cricket coach advises you to move your hands backwards with the ball. Explain the physics behind this 'follow through' technique.

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    To decrease rhe momentum so that the ball is caught properlly,and if we reduce the momentum its very easy to catch the ball😆😆

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