Ms Dhoni Success Story
The Great Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni Was Born in Ranchi on 7 July 1981. He Roots are From A Rajput Hindu Family.
Dhoni was from a typical middle-class family with a caring mom and a strict, but humble Father. His Father, Pan Singh, Worked in Junior Management Positions, and his mother stayed at home and looked after her children. Dhoni had an elder sister, whom he shared all his secrets and loved the most.
The First Phase Of Life
Dhoni was not good in studies and often loved to play with his friends. He was a bit introverted from Childhood, a bit shy, and a little freaky.
During his teenage days, he used to represent his school and played football as a Goal-keeper. This is how when things started to change, the School Cricket Team Coach noticed him with his exceptional Goal-keeping skills and asked him to join the Cricket Squad the Very Next Day.
The Next Day Dhoni arrived at the school home ground, and his wicket-keeping ability was tested by the School Cricket Coaches.
Everybody was surprised watching Dhoni Do So good with the wicket-keeping gloves. He was then Offered A Permanent Selection in the School Cricket Team As A Wicket-keeper.
Everybody in his School Cricket Squad trusted him with his Keeping abilities, but he was looking for an opportunity to finish some games in style.
One Day In A Critical, Pressure match Dhoni, Stood up for his team and shockingly batted well to chase down the total.
Everyone was shocked watching the Wicket-keeper take over the Batting skills as well. Dhoni evolved in his teenage days and was selected by the Under 16 Side.
Dhoni started to play cricket and fell in love with the sport. Dhoni’s dad Pan Singh didn’t like how Dhoni was ignorant of his studies to play cricket.
During the Year 2001-2003, Dhoni got an opportunity to represent the Railway Cricket Squad and also work as a Ticket Collector. The Railway Station was situated in Midnapore District in West Bengal.
His family members were too happy and positive, After Dhoni Joined the South Eastern Railway in Kharagpur. He Shared rooms with many of the staff members who became his Close Friends after some days.
Dhoni and his friends beautifully collaborated with each other helped each other out, and also used to do many pranks. One Day Dhoni And His Friends went wearing a white cloth in the Railway Station pranked and frightened everyone present there.
In 1998, Dhoni Represented Deval Sahay and played for Central Coach Fields. It was a limited squad; fewer players were selected. Also, due to Dhoni’s beauty with the Gloves and The Bat, he was in the side.
This was the First Time Dhoni was representing A professional Cricket Club. It was a proud and cherishing moment for him. During those CCL playing days, Dhoni was awarded 50 Rupees by Deval Sahay for every six he hits.
Deval Sahay Has Contribution in The Struggle Period OF Dhoni. He pushed Dhoni Forward and Motivated him to reach his full potential. Due to his major contribution, Dhoni was selected in U-19 Squad for 1998-99 sessions. Also, later that year, he was selected in the East-Zone Squad for The C-K Naidu Trophy.
Dhoni And His Jharkhand Side
Dhoni was selected to Represent the Bihar State in the Year 1999-2000. He contributed well and played three consecutive years for the Bihar (2000/2001/2002)
The Deodhar Trophy went incredible for Dhoni. Later in the year (2002-2003). He smashed many Bowlers and scored a couple of Half Centuries and made a name for himself.
Get Selected in the India A-Team
Dhoni Worked Hard in these couple of years to evolve himself as a cricketer. He had orthodox and unconventional batting skills. The coaches said that “He don’t have the right techniques to stand out as a Cricketer” “He can Survive in the long Run.
Dhoni proved everyone wrong and portrayed that Techniques don’t Matter; Result Does. In the 2004 season, Dhoni outplayed and evolved to get selected in India A Squad.
He had signed a contract to represent India A for a tour against Zimbabwe and Kenya. The Dream of Representing Team India Was Knocking at Dhoni’s Door.
In both the Tours, Dhoni Scored consecutive Centuries to gain The Attention of Team India’s Selectors. Hence Lately, he got noticed by the Indian Captain Saurav Ganguly.
Ganguly was very impressed with the Uniqueness and ability Dhoni Possessed. He Requested the Selectors to include Dhoni in the ODI Series Against Pakistan.
Start Of The International Career
Dhoni was selected in The ODI series against Pakistan. Hence his initial Matches were not Good.
In his Debut match, Dhoni got run out, and the series went low-scoring bad for Dhoni. Also, Dhoni was insecure about the fact that he would get picked for the next Srilankan Bilateral Series.
Captain Sourav Ganguly never lost hope in him. Dhoni Was Given One more chance to prove himself superior to any other.
The Srilankan Tour was the Turning point of Dhoni’s Career. Dhoni Smashed all the Srilankans bowlers out of the park. His sixes were massive and came from the middle of the bat. He made his highest score in the ODI’s that Day – 183 of 145 balls.
The New Superior of the cricket game just Arrived. The Opponents were worried and the Indians fans were cheering all over the place. That Day A New Name Conquered The Cricket Ground – MS Dhoni.
The First World Cup 2007.
Dhoni In The 2007 times was named “The Finisher.” He scored runs and contributed well for his side to win in pressure situations.
Later in the Year 2007, Things started to fall apart. 2007 World Was the Worst phase of the Indian Cricket Team. In 2003 they were playing the Finals against Australia and Got beaten.
In the 2007 World cup, Million of Indian Cricket Fans were dreaming of getting a World Cup Win. This time things went too worse; Bangladesh upset India to knock them out of 2007, 50 over world cup campaign.
Dhoni also lost his form in the world cup. He scored only 29 runs with a golden Duck in the tournament.
Dhoni received huge criticism from the fans, and his ongoing construction Ranchi Home got destroyed by the Political Activists.
The Rise Of Ms. Dhoni
Ms. Dhoni, Due to his sincerity and Leadership Personality Traits, was appointed as the India Cricket Team Captain in the 2007 T20 World Cup.
In September 2007, T20 World Cup Started; Dhoni and his boys played deliberately well to win the T20 World Cup.
Team India Defeated Pakistan In The T20 World. A Historic Win – Joginder Sharma Bowls, Misbah scoops, and Sreesanth hold on to the Catch to get Ms. Dhoni His First ICC trophy.
India Fans, as well as the Commentators, went crazy after the Win. Dhoni was appreciated after the Win, and the selectors awarded him with the captaincy to lead all three formats of the game.
Also, Dhoni made Team India Won The 2013 Champions Trophy Defeating England In their Final Match
The 2011 World Cup
India Defeated Bangladesh, Netherlands, Ireland, and West Indies to quality for the Quater Finals.
In The Quater Finals, Dhoni’s Men Faced their 2003 world cup defeat rival Australia. It was time to get the revenge back. The boys didn’t disappoint; ultimately, India defeated Australia to knock me out of the league and secure a place in the Semis.
They Played the Mighty Pakistanis, and it was the Biggest Match of the decade. The results never changed; India Defeated Pakistan to play the finals and won the 2020 World against Srilanka.
Dhoni came ahead of the in-form Yuvraj Singh to score 91 of 71 balls. Also, Dhoni Finished off the match in style with a six, registering Multiple ICC trophies behind his name.
Also, Dhoni made Team India Won The 2013 Champions Trophy Defeating England In their Final Match. The Only Captain To Win Three Different ICC trophies.
Dhoni married Sakshi in the year 2010, 4th of July. They have one daughter, and her name is Ziva Dhoni.
Captain cool is the greatest captain India has ever produced. The Only Captain to win 4 IPL titles, 3 ICC trophies, and be the number one test Squad.
Ms. Dhoni retired in the year 2020, 15 August. He played his last international match against New Zealand in the World Cup 2019.
Dhoni is still remembered as The Best Captain Of the Indian Cricket Team. What A Journey “From Nothing to Something to everything.”