Team India’s New Nike Jersey Becomes The Centre Of Attraction
As the technology has played a vital role, the game has equally been the fascination for many die-hard fans following the improvements and innovations in cricketing gears, which has taken it to new highs.
Cricket in itself has become the game of true colors to say the least.
However, the game has evolved so fast, the jerseys for cricketers have always been the symbol of spirit while playing against their opponents to represent their country.
In India, fans feel delighted after donning in colors and thousands feel proud to see their Men and Women performing in the Blues.
In a bid to meet the requirements, Nike, the designing outlet has unveiled the New Jersey for Team India which has been inspiring the young cricketers across the country.
Nike has tied-up with Indian cricket athletes to provide the best of the gears, in its new jersey has included ‘4D Quickness’ which is also tuned for breath-ability.
The national side captain Virat Kohli, former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Indian Women’s T20I leader Harmanpreet Kaur spoke about the new ODI jersey unveiled by designer Nike, which has been made available on Thursday in stores.
The new kit has Zero distractions feature that has been added to maximize the on field performances following the multi-dimensional and multi-directional stretch which will help the players in maintaining temperatures on the ground.
The prolific batsman Kohli has stated that cricket has played an important role in his life in encouraging him to build the confidence in himself as an individual.
“Cricket has taught me everything I know about life. I truly believe that sport helps shape your character as an individual; all you need is to believe in yourself. The self-belief that I learnt on the field makes me believe that I can accomplish anything on or off the field,” Kohli was quoted as saying by BCCI.tv.
Former skipper MS Dhoni said the new kit will help the national side after it has gone through some improvement which suits the modern-day game.
“The game has been evolving over the years and the need to have kits that are designed to suit the modern game has always been the priority for the team management and Nike. Features like the 4D quickness and Zero distractions will definitely help the team on the field,” Dhoni said.
Women’s T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur recalled days of her struggle while stating it has been an overall good learning experience.
“I started playing cricket with the boys and I loved the sport from the first time I held a bat. People didn’t want me to play cricket, they said you don’t have a future in it. Surrendering under pressure I attended a hockey camp but that just reinstated my love for cricket,” Kaur recalled.
Kaur also stated that how she tried hard to make a 11-member team before coaching the girls in Punjab’s Moga town.
“I believed I could play for the Indian team one day; but first I needed to play in a women’s team to get noticed. The biggest struggle was to get 11 girls on the field to make a team; I remember even coaching the girls at every practice session,” Kaur concluded.
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