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Cricketer cap wear best time

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Why do players wear caps in cricket?
Wearing caps while fielding in cricket is not compulsory, but it is a common practice. Players who wear hats primarily to protect their eyes from the sun, which may affect their ability to track the ball.

The upper portion of the caps helps reduce glare and improve visibility, especially when playing in bright sunlight. Additionally, hats can provide some protection from the elements and help keep sweat out of the eyes during hot and humid conditions.

Some more reason
The first reason is that the stadium lights can be very bright and secondly it is tradition, it is part of the uniform.

1. Eye protection: Caps help reduce sun glare, which can affect a player’s visibility. This is important, especially for fielders who have to track the ball in the air or look towards the sun while fielding. These do not harm their eyes.

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