Former India team coach Ravi Shastri launches cricket academy in Hyderabad

Ravi Shastri, head coach

Former Indian cricket captain and coach Ravi Shastri on Thursday launched Coaching Beyond, a cricket academy in Hyderabad. Shastri started the academy with Bharat Arun and R Sridhar.

Shastri also inaugurated the St John’s Sports Foundation at the cricket academy launch event.

Speaking at the launch event, Ravi Shastri said: “Through all these years as a cricketer and coach one thing has always been evident – that it is mind over matter that helps to win any game. Constant practice and a go-getter attitude are essential qualities of a sportsman, but having a calm nerve is just as important.”

“At Coaching Beyond, we are committed to making the sporting experience of young people positive and enriching for all our trainees. We would like to make sport a part of their life, whether they practice it professionally or not,” he said. declared.

He said the motto of the Coaching Beyond team is to unlock children’s potential to perform in sport and beyond.

“Our endeavor is to move young children from ‘potential to performance’ in sport and beyond using the best coaching and sport science practices available in the world today. We seek to develop intelligent and compassionate coaches and allied support staff who are well versed with knowledge of modern scientific principles and the wisdom to apply them appropriately,” added Shastri.

When asked about Virat Kohli playing 100th Test, the veteran cricketer said playing 100 Tests for a country was a remarkable achievement.

“It’s a remarkable achievement to play the 100th Test and be called a great of the game when he still has six to seven years to go to continue playing at the highest level,” Shastri said.

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