MS Dhoni continues to provide assistance to the Indian Cricket squad in Australia despite being seated thousands of miles away. With some assistance from none other than the former Indian captain, the Rohit Sharma-led squad is now thrashing the opposition in the T20 World Cup. Indian cricketers are scoring BIG SIXES at the World Cup thanks to Dhoni’s instruction. Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul, Hardik Pandya, and a few others are all gaining from Dhoni’s counsel.
The CURVE BAT is a power-hitting tool popularized by MS Dhoni, and now numerous Indian players have received the same guidance. Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul, Rishabh Pant, and a few more players are reportedly utilizing ROUND-BOTTOMMED bats during the T20 World Cup, according to a TOI report.
BAT used by Hardik Pandya: At the World Cup, Hardik Pandya is using a bat that is more curved from the bottom up. Similar to what Dhoni used while playing T20 cricket, this. It is believed that this is Dhoni’s brainchild.
This bat’s form promotes POWER-HITTING. In order to boost their T20 performance, Dhoni reportedly advised Pandya, Pant, and others to use round-bottomed bats.
“Before the 2019 World Cup, Dhoni was the one who initially began utilizing this kind of bat. And now these Indian athletes are requesting this kind of bat,” said Paras Anand, general director of renowned sports equipment maker Sanspareils Greenlands (SG), in an interview with TOI.
- These bats are ordered specially for shorter formats.
- The players claim that it helps them access all directions of the ground while shot-making.
- A bat with a flat bottom prompts a relatively closed stance.
- The round-bottomed bat enables them to have a more open stance that helps them to manoeuvre the bat easily from the word go.
- If one shaves the bottom and makes it round, the bat has a thicker base and has more meat at the bottom
What curved bats are capable of? – BATS OF THE INDIA CRICKET TEAM: Players that use these kind of bats have more power and range. The SWEET SPOT is boosted by BATS. These bats are employed for shorter forms, according to specialists.
Kohli, Virat The bats used by the previous captain of the Indian cricket team range in weight from 1.1 to 1.23 kg. English willow of Grade A was used to make this. They feature a curved blade that is between 38 and 42 mm thick. The price of the bats ranges from Rs 17,000 to Rs 23,000. The quantity of granules on a bat’s surface determines its price. The grains of Kohli’s bats range from 8 to 12.
Spartan MSD 7 Limited Edition is the name of the cricketer MS Dhoni’s own range of bats. His bats have a greater swell depth and weigh between 1.1 and 1.25 kg. This indicates that their sweet spot is larger. The nine-piece cane handle on his bats improves balance and strength.
AB de Villiers Bat: The batsman from South Africa used Kahuna bats from Kookaburra. For strong strokes, they were fashioned from the finest English willow. While Kahuna comes in a variety of forms, its common characteristics include a flat face, a high spine, and broad edges that provide a huge striking surface. They measure 1.1 to 1.24 kilograms in weight.