Cricket Australia thanks MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav for sharing their insights

Cricket Australia thanks MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav for sharing their insights

Cricket Australia tweeted a photo with both Kedar and Dhoni speaking to the C Level coaches during CA’s coaching program.

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav provide their insights to BCCI level C coaches during a program conducted by Cricket Australia coaching. (Photo Source: Twitter)

MS Dhoni is all set to don the blue jersey once again following the 3-0 drubbing of the Asian side Sri Lanka in the Test series. The wicketkeeper-batsman will join the team for the five-match ODI series and the only T20I which will follow the ODI series.

The former Indian skipper, alongside fellow limited-overs player Kedar Jadhav, were undergoing their fitness tests at the NCA in Bengaluru. While the duo was at the National Cricket Academy, Cricket Australia coaching staff conducted a program for BCCI C level coaches and the duo joined them. They attended the program and gave their valuable insights to the coaches before taking off for Sri Lanka to join the squad.

Cricket Australia tweeted a photo with both Kedar and Dhoni speaking to the C Level coaches during CA’s coaching program:

They tweeted, “Thank you @msdhoni @JadhavKedar for sharing insights with Level C @BCCI coaches today during @cricketaus_cca HP program. Good luck #SLvIND”

Dhoni’s future:

Dhoni’s future with the Indian team is in serious jeopardy after the selectors announced that there would pick players on their merit and form. The 35-year-old has to put up good batting displays’ continuously to have his place sealed in the playing XI, with the likes of Sanju Samson and Rishabh Pant breathing fire at the back of the former captain.

While Dhoni’s future looks uncertain, Jadhav has begun to show signs of good form both with the bat and the ball. With the bat, the all-rounder has helped India get over the line on several occasions, and with his street smart slow bowling, he has taken crucial wickets for the team.