MS Dhoni Bat: Mahendra Singh Dhoni, one of India’s most successful captains, is neither with the team at the moment nor in Australia but is still in talks. India won the T20 World Cup in 2007 under Dhoni’s management. Rohit Sharma has a great chance to become Team India champion after 15 years. Meanwhile, Dhoni’s bat is under discussion.
Advice was given to Hardik, Pant and Rahul
The Indian cricket team is currently in Australia for the current edition of the T20 World Cup. The team won both matches. During this time, a great advice from legendary Mahendra Singh Dhoni came to the fore which he gave to many players like Hardik Pandya, Lokesh Rahul, Rishabh Pant.
India’s great performance in the T20 World Cup
The Indian cricket team performed well in the T20 World Cup. They won their first game against arch-rivals Pakistan and then beat the Netherlands by 56 points. They will now face South Africa on Sunday, September 30.
Hardik Pandya in great shape
Hardik Pandya, the all-round star of the Indian team, is in great shape. Hardik played an important round of 40 not knocked out against rivals Pakistan in India’s opener. In that game played in Melbourne, Hardik hit a high four and two sixes on 37 balls. He also took three wickets.
Dhoni’s advice was helpful
Former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is famous for his powerful shot. He was playing the T20 format with a round bottom bat. According to a report by Times of India, some other players including Hardik Pandya, Lokesh Rahul and Rishabh Pant are playing with a round bottom bat this season. Dhoni gave him this advice.
The round bottom bat is the secret to Dhoni’s powerful hitting
Dhoni was playing the T20 format with a bottom-curved bat. Hardik Pandya also competes in the T20-2022 World Cup with a similar bat, curved from below. According to the report, it was Dhoni who advised other players including Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant to play with such bats to improve their hitting.
No longer used in T20 format
These round bottom bats are believed to help a lot in hitting powerful shots. They are specially used for the T20 format. The bat with the bottom curved bottom is said to help players play more freely.
Increase in demand among Indian gamers
The peculiarity is that the demand for this type of bat has also increased. Paras Anand, managing director of bat manufacturing company SG, said Dhoni started playing with this type of bat before the 2019 World Cup. After that, other Indian players also started playing. order such bats.