Here's how to... get the correct backlift and step
Most batsmen will raise their bat as the bowler approaches.
Taking the bat back and stepping to the ball sets the batsman up for playing the correct shot properly.
The bat is taken back towards the stumps and at the top of the backlift the face should open towards second slip.
The front shoulder should roll down as the bat is lifted, with the head kept as still as possible.
Keep the hands close to the back hip, so that toe of the bat is at around shoulder height.
Ensure any movement forward or back is completed before the downswing of the bat begins.