The VINTAGE Dhoni is back! MS Dhoni on Saturday, made things the same as before by turning up for a surprising hone session at the National Stadium in Ranchi where his journey had begun before turning into a cricketing star.
MP Singh, the batting coach of MS Dhoni was there on Saturday morning as well, helping Dhoni make a couple of acclimations to rediscover the shape in his stroke play. After retiring from tests, Dhoni is looking to fix a few progressions to solidify his batting technique in the 50 overs format.
Dhoni’s Old Vinatage Technique:
MP Singh, while specifying that Dhoni appeared to be more casual and relaxed to having quit the five-day format game said that Dhoni had changed his batting stance and technique for Test cricket. But however, since he doesn’t need to consider that anymore, he is now planning to return to his past stance and technique.
“He had widened his stance and began to keep his bat in between the feet. He has now chosen to return to his prior position in an offer to bring back the blasting back lift. He exhibited it to me and inquired as to whether it looked like his unique position,” the mentor said.
Clearly, Dhoni has the low and moderate tracks of Bangladesh and the torrent of spinners he is prone to face I the mind. The two finds of this year IPL -Yuzvendra Chahal and Pawan Negi had bowled to MS Dhoni on Saturday.
“He was hitting them hard and clean, similar to he used to do in his more youthful days. Try not to be astounded on the off chance that you see an assaulting Dhoni in Bangladesh,” Singh said. “I met him a couple times in the most recent couple of years.
Presently he appears to be extremely casual and rationally solid.” The day didn’t end with Dhoni pounding the spinners.
He conversed with junior players, women cricketers and there was even a talk about his batting position – particularly, if there was a chance for Dhoni to come up the order. Dhoni could well come up the order if by one means or another batting at No.4 can work out for him.