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The Indian cricketers benefaction during a team’s discretionary training event here were asked try out a new training kits. Those during belligerent on Tuesday were MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Kedar Jadhav, Manish Pandey and Kuldeep Yadav. After sweating out during a nets, a players were asked for their feedback about a new rigging by a member of a India’s central attire unite Nike.
“The players will use a new set here and also during a limited-overs home array opposite Australia in September-October. Based on their feedback, a Nike will confirm on a central launch,” a source said.
The gear-switch is notable given it comes in a arise of players, and subsequently a BCCI, angry about a peculiarity of their personification and training wardrobe in a array so far.
Reportedly, a players’ concerns were taken severely in a final CoA meeting. BCCI CEO Rahul Johri told The Indian Express: “It (Nike’s clothing) has come adult for contention in final CoA assembly and authority CoA (Vinod Rai) took it really strongly. The group can't have sub-standard kits and we will be enchanting with Nike and he has asked to put a box strongly. We have to rivet with them, we will have a assembly with them (Nike) subsequent week and try to solve it during earliest.”
The Nike member during a Pallekele Stadium refused to criticism on a new kit. The company’s benefaction agreement runs compartment Sep 30, 2020 and it pays Rs 87,34,000 per match.