Jason Sangha, poised to become


As a kid in his family apartment in Coogee, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Jason Sangha would hold his bat in his right hand, throw a rubber ball against the gyprock wall with his left hand, then quickly place the left hand back on the handle and try hitting the ball off the rebound. Sangha would do this for two or three hours a day and loved every minute of it.

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