The Correct word you are looking for is sledging.It has become pretty common now days.There are a lot of instances of interesting words exchanged between bowlers and batsmen which have been recorded on the stump mike.Here are some of those
- Sachin Tendulkar Vs Abdul Qadir
The year was 1989, the little master had recently made his debut in Pakistan. Sachin was not even old enough to get a driving license. He was facing the best bowlers in the business. As the Pakistani crowds jeered and mocked Sachin holding out the placards saying ""Dudh Pita Bhachcha …ghar jaake dhoodh pee", (hey kid, go home and drink milk), Sachin sent the then young leg spinner Mustaq Ahmed hiding for cover (he had hit two sixes in one over.) The frustrated mentor of Mustaq Ahmed the legendary Abdul Qadir challenged Sachin saying "Bachchon ko kyon mar rahe ho? Hamein bhi maar dikhao` (`why are you hitting kids? Try and hit me! `).
Sachin was silent, since then we all have come to know that he lets his bat do the talking. Abdul Quadir had made a simple request and Sachin obliged, and how. Sachin hit 4 sixes in the over, making the spinner look the kid in the contest. The over read 6, 0, 4, 6 6 6, David had felled Goliath … and a legend was born.
- Healy & Atherton
Michael Atherton, on his first Tour to Australia was adjudged not out on a caught behind appeal.
At the end of the over Ian Healey walked by and announced "You're a f***ing cheat".
Athers replied very politely "When in Rome dear boy….."
- Rodney Marsh (Australia) and Ian Botham (England)
Rodney Marsh to Ian Botham in an Ashes match: “So how’s your wife and my kids?” Ian Botham’s reply – “The wife’s fine. The kids are retarded !”
- Javed Miandad (Pakistan) and Merv Hughes (Australia)
Javed Miandad called Hughes a fat bus conductor during a match. A few balls later, Hughes dismissed Miandad. “Tickets please,” said Huges, as he ran past the departing batsman.
- Glenn McGrath (Ausrtralia) and Ramnaresh Sarwan (West Indies)
McGrath to Ramnaresh Sarwan: “So what does Brian Lara’s di*k taste like?”Sarwan: “I don’t know. Ask your wife.
McGrath (lost his cool): “If you ever F**king mention my wife again, I’ll F**king rip your F**ing throat out.”
- Douglas Jardine (England) and Bill Woodfull (Australia)
England player Jardine complained that one of the Australian players called him a bastard. Australian captain Bill Woodfull turns to his team, points to Jardine and asked “Which one of you bastards called this bastard a bastard?”
- Mark Waugh (Australia) and Adam Parore (New Zealand)
Mark Waugh standing at second slip, Adam Parore played & missed the first ball. Mark – “Ohh, I remember you from a couple years ago in Australia. You were shit then, you’re ••••••• useless now”. Parore- (Turning around) “Yeah, that’s me & when I was there you were going out with that old, ugly slut & now I hear you’ve married her. You dumb ••••”.
- Steve Waugh (Australia) and Parthiv Patel (India)
When Steve came (Steve’s last test match) to bat, Parthiv said, “Come on, just one more of the famous slog-sweeps before you finish” Steve-”Respect Me…for when i made my test debut You were still in your nappies”.
- Glen McGrath (Australia) and Eddo Brandes (Zimbabwe)
Aussie paceman Glenn McGrath was bowling to Zimbabwe number 11 Eddo Brandes – who was just missing each ball. McGrath, frustrated, went to him and inquired: “Why are you so fat?”Quick as a flash, Brandes replied, “Because every time I make love to your wife, she gives me a biscuit.”
- Ravi Shastri (India) and Mike Whitney (Australia)
Shastri hits the ball towards Mike Whitney (the 12th man in the game) and looked for a single. Whitney said, “If you leave the crease i’ll break your f***ing head”. Without battling an eyelid, Shastri retorted, “If you could bat as well as you can talk you wouldn’t be the f***ing 12th man”.
- Sunil Gavaskar (India) and Viv Richards (West Indies)
To ease the pressure on himself, Sunil Gavaskar had decided to come lower down the order and bat at No 4 for that particular match. But, Malcolm Marshall fired out Anshuman Gaekwad and Dilip Vengsarkar for ducks, setting the stage for Gavaskar to walk in at 0/2. Viv Richards said “Man, it don’t matter where you come in to bat, the score is still zero.”
- Viv Richards (West Indies) and Merv Hughes (Australia)
Viv Richards hit Merv Hughes for four consecutive boundaries in one over. Merv stops halfway down the pitch, farted loudly, and said to Viv: “let’s see you hit that to the boundary!” Viv was dumb-founded.
Best, never short of a word or two when he is bowling, was done up like a kipper by the England all-rounder as West Indies slumped to defeat in the first Test. Flintoff saw his opponent preparing to face Giles' off-spin and shouted: "Watch the windows, Tino!" The wind-up had the desired effect, causing Best to come charging out of his crease like a man possessed. He took a wild swing at the ball, missed and was promptly stumped by Geraint Jones. Not a broken window in sight. Flintoff could not contain himself and spent the next five minutes giggling like a teenager, as Best sat on the balcony ruing his stupidity.
Australia fighting for a win nearing the end of a test match, Fred Truman at the crease. The Aus captain has plenty of close in fielders, whose shadows fall on the wicket. Freddie finds this objectionable. 'Ere, if you lads don't back off, I'll appeal for bad light!"
- Robin Smith & Merv Hughes
During 1989 Lords Test Hughes said to Smith
after he played& missed:"You can't f**king bat". Smith to Hughes after he
smacked him to theboundary: "Hey Merv, we make a fine pair. I can't f**king
bat & you can't f**king bowl."
- Ricky Ponting & Shaun Pollock
After beating the bat with a couple of deliveries, Pollock told Ponting: "It's red, round & weighs about 5 ounces." Ponting hammered the next ball out of the ground and retorted: "You know what it looks like, now go find it."
- Merv Hughes & Viv Richards
During a test match in the West Indies, Hughes
didn't say a word to Viv, but continued to stare at him after deliveries.
"This is my island, my culture. Don't you be staring at me. In my culture we
just bowl." Merv didn't reply, but after he dismissed him he announced to
the batsman: "In my culture we just say f**k *ff."
- Malcolm Marshall was bowling to David Boon who had played and missed a couple of times. Marshall : "Now David, Are you going to get out now or am I going to have to bowl around the wicket and kill you?"
- Malcolm Marshall to David Boon
Shane Warne: I've waited two years for another chance to humiliate you.
Daryll Cullinan: Looks like you spent it eating.
- Waugh Vs Jamie Siddons
In a Sheffield Shield game between NSW and SA, a Waugh twin (not sure which) was taking an eternity to take guard, asking the umpire for centre, middle and leg, two legs – the whole lot. Then he steps away towards leg side and has another look around the field, before re checking centre.
Jamie Siddons is at slip, had decided enough is enough. He yells out."For Christ sake, it's not a 'f***ing test match."
Waugh replies: "Of course it isn't … You're here.
- Fred Trueman bowling. The batsman edges and the ball goes to first
slip,and right between Raman Subba Row's legs. Fred doesn't say a word. At
the end of the over, Row ambles past Trueman and apologises sheepishly. "I
should've kept my legs together, Fred". "So should your mother" he replied.
These are only some of them.For more of them ,you can refer the references.
SLEDGING IN CRICKET: PART 1
SLEDGING IN CRICKET: PART 5
SLEDGING IN CRICKET: PART 3
Ten Most “Hilarious” Sledging incidents in World Cricket