MS ripped the team to shreds and issued an ultimatum to them Sridhar suggests Dhoni was furious after Indias poor performance

MS ripped the team to shreds and issued an ultimatum to them Sridhar suggests Dhoni was furious after Indias poor performance

One occurrence of MS Dhoni blowing his top has arisen in R Sridhar's life story, where the ex-handling mentor referenced how the previous India skipper was left fuming at his players.

MS Dhoni has always been known for his quiet disposition despite the fact that there have been episodes when even the incomparable 'Skipper Cool' lost it. A portion of those minutes have been caught on television – like the frigid cold piercing look at Mitchell Johnson in the wake of slamming into the previous Australia speedster or shouting at Manish Pandey at the non-striker’s end for not focusing on him. He once indignantly strolled onto the pitch during an IPL match to stand up to the on-field umpires over a no-ball call, to go with those incalculable brassy reactions to columnists attempting to make their own pegs.

However, one case of Dhoni blowing his top has arisen in R Sridhar's account, where the ex-handling mentor referenced how the previous India skipper was left fuming at his players. Dhoni, who has always set exclusive requirements of handling – one that went far in India winning the 2011 World Cup – got straight to the point taking a gander at the dropping shoulders of his teammates.

MS ripped the team to shreds and issued an ultimatum to them Sridhar suggests Dhoni was furious after Indias poor performance

"Getting back to my initial days with the Indian group... following MS' inputs, we started to set out handling house up in light of the World Cup. We were playing West Indies at the Feroz Shah Kotla in October 2014 - a game we dominated easily yet where we were totally disgraceful on the field. MS was enraged at what he saw to be an absence of exertion and plunging wellness norms," Sridhar, who turned into the handling mentor in 2014, wrote in his book ‘Coaching Beyond’.

India, who had lost the first ODI and were following 0-1 in the series, required the second match by 48 runs however frailties continued. Had it not been for the chief's unbeaten 51 off 40 balls, India would have battled to reach 263/7. At one phase, West Indies were cruising at 170/2, preceding collapsing to lose eight wickets for 45 runs and getting bowled out for 215. A noticeably vexed Dhoni had said after the match: "I feel many things are absent. We need to try harder. We have not played to our true capacity. This game is an essential stunner for us. We are on the triumphant side, however we might have lost this." As Sridhar called attention to, when the group got back to the changing area, the players got a seriously earful from MSD.

"In the changing area, he destroyed the group and gave them a final proposal, clarifying that on the off chance that they didn't fulfill specific guidelines in handling and wellness, they wouldn't make the World Cup cut, regardless of what name they reply to. That showed me the sort of handling society he was hoping to lay out in white-ball cricket," he added.

The match Sridhar is alluding to is the second ODI of the scandalous Windies pullout series. The visit which at first included five ODIs, three Tests and one T20I, was diminished to four one-day internationals after the third match was dropped because of twister Hudhud. At the hour of the fourth ODI in Dharamsala, the then-West Indies skipper Dwayne Bravo uncovered during the throw that the group was forsaking the remainder of the visit because of a compensation question between the players and the West Indies Cricket Board.

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Prithvi Shaw posts messages on social media following his call-up to India.

Prithvi Shaw posts messages on social media following his call-up to India.

Prithvi Shaw shared stories on his Instagram account where individuals saluted the hitter on his determination.

Prithvi Shaw, who struck a profession best 379 in a Ranji Prize match against Assam, was compensated with a call-up for the T20 Worldwide series against New Zealand while KS Bharath supplanted KL Rahul in the ODI set-up for the New Zealand visit.

Prithvi Shaw posts messages on social media following his call-up to India

The kindness of his breathtaking structure, the selectors couldn't disregard the 23-year-old and his game in T20Is is something that the Indian group frantically needs at the top request.

After the choice, Shaw, who was one of the main run-getters in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Prize this season, shared stories on his Instagram account where individuals complimented the player on his determination.

'Good luck my bro', 'Congrats brother' and 'Proud of you champ', were among a portion of the messages that Shaw got on Friday and shared on his Instagram handle.

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Verma and Sehrawat motivate India to make a statement win.

Verma and Sehrawat motivate India to make a statement win.

Two dazzling performances from opening hitters Shafali Verma and Shweta Sehrawat saw India defeat South Africa in a run-fest on the first day of the season of the ICC U19 Womens T20 World Cup, while Sri Lanka saw off the hounded USA.

Verma and Sehrawat motivate India to make a statement win

Toss: South Africa won the throw and batted first

Result: India won by 7 wickets

Runs streamed as India got their mission looking winning so far against South Africa in Benoni, putting down an early marker as competition favorites.

A dazzling whirlwind of early runs saw South Africa get off to a lightning-speedy beginning, with openers Simone Lourens and Elandri Janse Van Rensburg causing the harm. The score was 56/1 after only four overs when Janse Van Rensburg fell for 23 off 13, and the speed of scoring eased back somewhat as the innings went on. Lourens top-scored with 61 from 44, preceding some late hitting, lifted the Proteas up to an amazing 166/5.

The X Factor has been replaced by Mediocrity. Venkatesh Prasad Criticizes India for Ignoring Ishan Kishan

The X Factor has been replaced by Mediocrity. Venkatesh Prasad Criticizes India for Ignoring Ishan Kishan

Indian team's selection calls haven't gone down well with former quick bowler Venkatesh Prasad who guarantees the team the board is compensating mediocrity and it's the justification for why they continue to underperform in restricted overs cricket.

Prasad was responding to India skipper Rohit Sharma affirming that Shubman Gill will accomplice him at the highest point of the batting request during the primary ODI against Sri Lanka and not Ishan Kishan whose past innings in the format brought about a record-breaking twofold century.

"Think fair would have been to give opportunity to a twofold hundred in India's last man ODI, and in a series where India lost two games and the series. Have no worries for Gill, however not a chance you drop a player for scoring a twofold ton," Prasad tweeted.

The X Factor has been replaced by Mediocrity Venkatesh Prasad Criticizes India for Ignoring Ishan Kishan

That's what Prasad added in the event that India really do see esteem in playing Gill, he ought to bat at No 3 and proposed dropping KL Rahul instead.

"And on the off chance that one is persuaded to play Gill ,, can have him bat at 3 and let Ishan keep wickets rather than KL Rahul," Prasad added.

He said steady changes are demonstrating hindering and reviewed how Rishabh Gasp was overlooked for an ODI series against South Africa at home notwithstanding a game dominating hundred in his last innings.

"There is an explanation we have underperformed in Restricted overs cricket. Steady cleaving changing and a person who does splendidly and is a X factor is dropped and mediocrity held," said Prasad who played 33 Tests and 161 ODIs somewhere in the range of 1994 and 2001.

"In Eng, Gasp scored 100 in the last ODI and assisted India with winning the series. Anyway founded on T20 form was dropped from ODI team. KL Rahul then again notwithstanding several innings has flopped reliably however holds his place. Performance isn't the foremost boundary. Miserable," he added.

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2023 Indian Sports Calendar Dates, Full schedule, Events

2023 Indian Sports Calendar Dates, Full schedule, Events

Every year brought new hope and aspirations for your country's glory. With that in mind, here's a list of all the events on the Indian sports calendar that our Indian athletes are likely to compete in in 2023, in the expectation of bringing success their own and India's sporting glory.

2023 Indian Sports Calendar Dates Full schedule Events
Full Indian sports calendar 2023

January

January 10-15 Malayasia Open Super 1000 (Badminton)

January 11-24 ISSF World Cup (Shotgun)

January 11-15 Houston Open (Squash)

January 13-29 Men’s Hockey World Cup (Field Hockey)

January 16-28 Asian Boxing Championship U22 (Boxing)

January 16-29 Australian Open (Tennis)

January 17-22 Indian Open Super 750 (Badminton)

January 24-29 Indonesia Masters Super 500 (Badminton)

January 27-31 ISSF World Cup (Rifle/Pistol)

January 31 Khelo India Youth Games (Multi-Sports)

March

March 15-31 Women’s World Boxing Championships Boxing (Boxing)

March 14-19 All England Badminton Championships (Badminton)

March 28 Asian Wrestling Championships (Wrestling)

May

May 1-14 Men’s World Boxing Championships (Boxing)

May 3-13 Asian Weightlifting Championships (Athletics)

May 5 Doha Diamond League (Athletics)

May 22-28 World Table Tennis Championships (Table Tennis)

May 28 French Open (Tennis)

July

July 3-13 Wimbledon Championships (Tennis)

July 14-30 World Aquatics Championships (Swimming)

August

August 19-27 World Athletics Championships (Athletics) 

August 21-27 World Badminton Championships (Badminton)

August 28 US Open (Tennis)

September

September 2 World Weightlifting Championships (Weightlifting)

September 3 World Rowing Championships (Rowing)

September 16 World Wrestling Championships (Wrestling)

September 23 Asian Games (Multi-sport)

December

December 13 World Tour Finals (Badminton)

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2023 Olympic Sports Calendar Dates, Schedule and Upcoming Events

2023 Olympic Sports Calendar Dates, Schedule and Upcoming Events

Lost of medals and trophies will be up for stakes for athletes all through the year.

The year 2023 will be a significant year in the sports calendar with the Olympics qualification cycle set to start (dates varies for the individual game). World Cups and World Titles will be vital which give the biggest number of positioning places (among all occasions) as well as a couple of portion places for the Paris 2024 Olympics.

2023 Olympic Sports Calendar

In this article, we investigate all the occasions that are arranged in the 2023 sports calendar. The timetable for most of the games has been updated and for the other sports, the timetable will be updated as the dates are announced.

2023 Sports Calendar

January

January 06-12 Asian WTTC Continental Stage, Doha (Table Tennis)

January 10-15 Petronas Malaysia Open (Badminton)

January 11-24 Shotgun World Cup, Rabat (Shooting)

January 13-29 FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup (Hockey)

January 15-29 Australian Open, Melbourne (Tennis)

January 17-22 Yonex Sunrise Open (Badminton)

January 24-29 Daihatsu Indonesia Masters (January)

January 31-5 February Princess Sirivannavari Thailand Masters (Badminton)

February

February 17-28 Rifle/Pistol World Cup, Cairo (Shooting)

February 20-02 March Asian Shotgun Cup, Kuwait (Shooting)

March

March 04-15 Shotgun World Cup, Doha (Shooting)

March 07-12 Yonex German Open (Badminton)

March 14-19 Asia Cup Stage 1, Chinese Taipei (Archery)

March 14-19 Yonex All England Badminton Open Championships (Badminton)

March 15-31 Women’s World Championships, New Delhi (Boxing)

March 20-31 Rifle/Pistol World Cup, Bhopal (Shooting)

March 21-26 Yonex Swiss Open (Badminton)

March 25-06 April Shotgun World Cup, Cyprus (Shooting)

March 28-02 April Yonex Spain Masters (Badminton)

March 28-02 April Asian Championships, New Delhi (Boxing)

April

April 04-09 BWF Orleans Masters (Badminton)

April 11-22 Rifle/Pistol World Cup, Lima (Shooting)

TBA Asia Cup, Leg 2, Uzbekistan (Archery)

April 18-23 Antalya World Cup (Archery)

April 21-23 Bouldering World Cup, Hachioji (Climbing)

April 28-30 Bouldering and Speed World Cup, Seoul (Climbing)

April 25-06 May Shotgun World Cup, Cairo (Shooting)

May

May 01-14 Men’s World Boxing Championships, Tashkent (Boxing)

May 03-13 Asian Championships, Jinju (Weightlifting)

May 04-15 Rifle/Pistol World Cup, Baku (Shooting)

May 05-07 World Cup, Zagreb (Rowing)

May 05 Diamond League, Doha (Athletics)

May 06-07 Speed World Cup, Indonesia (Climbing)

May 07-14 Judo World Championships, Qatar (Judo)

May 14-21 BWF Sudirman Cup Finals (Badminton)

May 16-21 Shanghai World Cup (Archery)

May 19-21 Bouldering and Speed World Cup, Salt Lake City (Climbing)

May 20-31 Shotgun World Cup, Almaty (Shooting)

May 23-28 Malaysia Masters (Badminton)

May 20-28 World Championships, Durban (Table Tennis)

May 28 Diamond League, Rabat (Athletics)

May 28-11 June French Open, Paris (Tennis)

May 30-04 June Thailand Open (Badminton)

May 30-07 June World Surfing Games, EL Salvador (Surfing)

June

June 02 Diamond League, Florence (Athletics)

June 02-12 Grand Prix, Havana (Weightlifting)

June 02-04 Bouldering World Cup, Prague (Climbing)

June 06-11 Singapore Masters (Badminton)

June 05-10 Asia Cup Leg 3, Singapore (Archery)

June 09-11 Bouldering World Cup, Brixen

June 09 Diamond League, Paris (Athletics)

June 13-18 Medellin World Cup (Archery)

June 13-18 Indonesian Open (Badminton)

June 14-18 Bouldering and Lead World Cup, Innsbruck (Climbing)

June 15 Diamond League, Oslo (Athletics)

June 16-18 World Cup, Varese (Rowing)

June 20-25 Taipei Open (Badminton)

June 30 Diamond League, Luasanne (Athletics)

June 30-02 July Lead and Speed World Cup, Villars (Climbing)

July

July 02 Diamond League, Stockholm (Athletics)

July 03-16 Wimbledon Championships, London (Tennis)

July 04-09 Canada Open (Badminton)

July 06-17 Shotgun World Cup, Lonato (Shooting)

July 07-09 World Cup, Lucerne (Rowing)

July 11-16 US Open (Badminton)

July 14-30 World Aquatic Championships, Japan (Swimming)

July 14-15 Lead and Speed World Cup, Chammonix (Climbing)

July 22-23 Lead World Cup, Briancon (Climbing)

July 16 Diamond League, Chorsow (Athletics)

July 21 Diamond League, Herculis (Athletics)

July 18-23 Korea Open (Badminton)

July 23 Diamond League, London (Athletics)

July 25-30 Japan Open (Badminton)

July 29 Diamond League, Shanghai (Athletics)

July 31-06 August World Archery Championships, Germany (Archery)

August

August 01-12 World Climbing Championships, Bern (Archery)

August 03 Diamond League, Shenzhen (Athletics)

August 03-13 World Championships, Glasgow (Cycling)

August 01-06 Australian Open (Badminton)

August 08-13 New Zealand Open (Badminton)

August 10-20 Allianz World Championships, The Hague (Sailing)

August 15-20 Paris World Cup (Archery)

August 19-27 World Athletic Championships, Budapest (Athletics)

August 21-27 TotalEnergies World Championships (Badminton)

August 28-09 September US Open, New York (Tennis)

August 31 Diamond League, Zurich (Athletics)

TBA Women’s Pro League (Hockey)

September

September 02-07 World Championships, Riyadh (Weightlifting)

September 03-10 Asian Table Tennis Championships, Korea (Table Tennis)

September 03-10 World Championships, Belgrade (Rowing)

TBA Asian Championships (Rowing)

September 08 Diamond League, Brussels (Athletics)

September 08-09 Lead World Cup, Koper (Climbing)

September 09-10 Wrestling World Cup, Coralville (Wrestling)

September 14-31 World Championships, Baku (Shooting)

September 16-17 Diamond League Finals, Eugene (Athletics)

September 16-24 World Championships, Belgrade (Wrestling)

September 22-24 Lead and Speed World Cup, Wujiang (Climbing)

September 23-08 October, China (Asian Games)

September 29-08 October Artistic Championships, Antwerp (Gymnastics)

October

October 10-15 Arctic Open (Badminton)

October 17-22 Denmark Open (Badminton)

October 22-02 November Asian Championships, Changwon (Shooting)

October 28-05 July 2023 Men’s Hockey Pro League (Hockey)

October 24-29 French Open (Badminton)

November

November 04-12 Asian Championships, Bangkok (Archery)

November 14-19 Japan Masters (Badminton)

November 21-26 China Masters (Badminton)

November 23-03 December Syed Modi International (Badminton)

December

December 01-17 Grand Prix, Doha (Weightlifting)

December 13-17 BWF World Tour Finals (Badminton)

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Chetan Sharma has been reappointed as the Chairman of the BCCI's selection committee.

Chetan Sharma has been reappointed as the Chairman of the BCCI's selection committee.

Chetan Sharma was reappointed as the chairman of the senior selection committee, precisely two months after his whole board was disbanded by the BCCI.

Chairman of BCCI’s selection committee

Chairman of BCCI selection committee

Chetan Sharma was reappointed as the chairman of the senior selection committee, precisely two months after his whole board was disbanded by the BCCI for the Indian team’s elimination round exit in the T20 World Cup. Salil Ankola, Shiv Sunar Das, Subroto Banerjee and Sridharan Sharath are new individuals from the selection committee. The new committee has been picked by the Cricket Warning Committee containing Ashok Malhotra, Jatin Paranjape and Sulakshana Naik. The committee further suggested Chetan Sharma for the job of Chairman of the senior men’s selection committee.

About the new member

Salil Ankola, the previous boss selector of the Mumbai cricket crew, played 20 ODIs and 1 Test match between 1989 to 1997. His Test debut showed up with Sachin Tendulkar against Pakistan in 1989.

A homegrown cricket veteran, Shiv Sundar Das played 23 Tests and scored 1326 runs. He additionally wore 4 ODI covers. Das completed his top notch profession with mammoth 10908 runs in 180 matches. He has worked with the Indian women’s cricket crew as the batting coach.

Subroto Banerjee came to the Indian group in 1991 and made his Test debut against Australia in 1992. He played 1 Test and 6 ODIs. The previous right-arm pacer scalped 135 wickets in 59 top of the line matches and excused 54 batsmen in 49 Rundown A matches.

A homegrown cricket monster, Sridharan Sharath stayed uncapped in international cricket. He was a backbone for Tamil Nadu. Sharath scored 8700 runs in 139 matches at a strong normal of 51.17.

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