The patience of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Mahendra Singh Dhoni) to be patient even in the opposite circumstances gives him a place in the great players, but this former Indian player has no problem in accepting that pressure and fear also affect him.
Dhoni (MS Dhoni) took his stand on the issue of mental health while backing Mphor, the initiative that is presenting a mental adaptation program to achieve top performance in sports. In a press release issued by Amphor, Dhoni was quoted as saying, “I think it is still a big issue in India to accept that there is a weakness on the mental aspect but generally we call it mental illness.”
Dhoni said it is necessary to talk to the coach
Mphor said that Dhoni made this remark during talks with coaches of various sports. The event was organized before the lockdown was implemented in the country due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Dhoni, who has been away from the international cricketer since India’s defeat in the World Cup semi-finals in July last year, said, “Nobody really says that when I go to bat, the first five to ten balls My heartbeat increases, I feel pressure, I am also a little scared because everybody feels the same way. ‘
He said, ‘This is a small problem but many times we hesitate to tell the coach and this is why the relationship between the coach and the player is very important in any sport.’
Virat Kohli said that mental clarity is very important
Quoting Indian captain Virat Kohli, it was said that mental clarity is important in life. He said, ‘I think mental health and mental clarity is not only sports but also the most important aspect in life.’
The founder of Amphor is former Indian batsman S Badrinath and Shrawan Kumar. Spor Sports 1 Tamil prepares to launch the ‘Mind Masters by Amphor’ show on May 10, wherein Dhoni, Kohli, and Ravichandran will share their thoughts on mental conditioning and mental skills in sports other than Ashwin.