In what can be called a delightful piece of news for aspiring cricketers in India, the MS Dhoni Cricket Academy is set to open shortly. The academy will start its operations in Garden City, Bengaluru from November 7. Registration has already been opened and many aspirants would be raring to learn from none other than India’s two-time World Cup-winning captain MS Dhoni.
Dhoni, who is arguably the finest captain ever, took Indian cricket to great heights with his brilliance over the 22 yards. Coming lower down the order, the right-handed batter played several sensational knocks. Also, his précised glovework keep batters on their heels. Above everything, it was Dhoni’s sharp brain that allowed him to make brilliant decisions. Hence, it’s a great chance for young kids to get grooming from one of the best in the business.
It is not just about being a cricketer; it is about being a smart one: MS Dhoni
“I am excited to launch MS Dhoni Cricket Academy. The aim is to provide 360-degree training approach with the help of best techniques and technology to sharpen your skills. We will bring qualified coaches and fitness experts. ‘Register now and be ready to be a part of my academy. It is not just about being a cricketer; it is about being a smart one,” MSDCA mentor MS Dhoni was quoted as saying by My Khel.
“To learn the mental and physical skills of the game, come join us at MS Dhoni Cricket Academy,” he added. The Chennai Super Kings skipper also said it’s important for youngsters to focus on the process. “Take care of the process, take care of all the small things and eventually you will get the desired result. We always keep complaining that we should have got more. But actually, it is the by-product of what we have done,” he added further.
Meanwhile, Dhoni is currently gearing up to take CSK to their fourth Indian Premier League (IPL) title. Having already qualified for the finals, CSK will meet either Kolkata Knight Riders or Delhi Capitals in the summit clash. Following the conclusion of the competition, Dhoni will join Team India as the mentor for the T20 World Cup 2021.