Parenting of children for cricket

One of the most awesome key to the success of child is the positive involvement of parents. Of all the sports, cricket is one of the well liked sports throughout the world. In India the cricketers are adorned as the objects of worship and the cricket is regarded as the religion by a number of people.

Every motion and every word of Indian cricket makes headlines. It is rightly said that the men in blue bears the hopes of billions of people with them when on earth they play the game.

Even the smallest details about the Indian cricketers encourage us. We are always curious to know the cricketers’ much loved food, the brand of the cars they own, their favorite holiday destinations and above all their spouses name.

But, why are the people so eager to make the cricketers as what they today. The good parenting is obviously the reason behind it.

Here are some of the parents of the Indian cricketers. Here are they:

Virat Kohli for example, the present captain of the Indian team, is the celebration of the cricket world for explosive performance on the field. His game might lead you to think that he hails from cricket or cricket loving family. However, it is not true, as Prem Kohli, his father, was a criminal lawyer, while his mother, Saroj, is a housewife. Yet they are positive parents to encourage their son to be a cricketer.

MS Dhoni, fondly called Mahi, was born to Pan Singh and Devika. His father was manager at MECON. He got a nice parenting to gain a step to the top of the cricket.

Ravindra Jadeja was born to Anirudhsinha Jadeja. His father works at private security agency.

Rohit Sharma is a Maharashtra born cricketer born to Gurunth Sharma and Purnim. His father work in a transport company and the mother is a dedicated housewife.

Yuvaraj Singh’s father Yograj Singh, was the formar Indian Cricketer and his mother is a housewife.
There are lots of other players whose parents are so much caring to push them ahead.

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