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CSK in Surat: The defending champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) have begun their training for the IPL season 15 at the Lalbhai Contractor Stadium in Surat on Monday.

CSK Training Camp Surat have began their preparations for the IPL 2022 season 15. MS Dhoni & his team mates, domestic stars and support staffs have already started training on Sunday. The decision to train in Surat is being hailed as “Master Plan” by Dhoni [Man with a Plan]. Why because, Surat also has the pitches made by same soil as it will be in Mumbai stadiums.

CSK young players and most of the domestic players have started training in Surat along with Namma Thala MS Dhoni.

Making the scenes perfect on the field from behind – The Super Support Staff.

Shubh Aarambh @ Surat! ✨ – Chennai IPL Twitter quoted for the today’s training. 𝐴𝑏ℎ𝑎𝑟𝑎 Surat! Those eyes that smile with 💛 give us the joy, everywhere we go!

All the players will be in a strict bio-bubble and fans will be allowed to watch the practice matches/ sessions.
The training session would help players to connect with each other ahead of the long duration season. The newly-added youngsters of CSK can learn a lot from the experienced Masters like Dhoni, Bravo & Jadeja, among others.
Training has been schedule with high security and stay has been instructed to ensure cricketers do not come in contact with any individual with the IPL 2022 set to begin from March 26.
Around 25-30 players, support staff, medical staff, members of CSK management, will be coming down to Surat. Whistle Podu!

CSK in Surat. Subh

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