Shikhar Dhawan is one of the best opening batsmen in the world. And since 2013 he is India’s best ICC Tournament’s Player. However, in the World Cup 2019, he couldn’t make his impact that much due to Injury. Shikhar could play only a couple of matches in the World Cup and then he had to rule out due to Injury.
Recently, he has played the T20I and ODIs series against West Indies in the United States of America. And now he has to play next tournament against South Africa starting from 15th of September in Dharamshala.
Behavioural wise Shikhar Dhawan is a very polite type of person. He never gets angry wheather he is losing or winning. And also never gets that much aggressive however he bats with aggressiveness.
Shikhar Dhawan Plays the Flute, Fans Surprised With Hidden Talent
The left-handed batsman has recently shared a video over a social media platform. In the video, he is passionating playing the flute. The India opener has certainly showcased he is not just good at smashing the leather ball across the cricket fields but also at playing the woodwind instrument.
Dhawan has shared the video with the caption, “A fresh start.. Trees, the wind, the ocean & some music = bliss”.
Here is the video
Notably, Dhawan has already disclosed this in the year 2018. In the year, he had shared a video over Twitter handle that he has been learning to play the flute. And also he had revealed that flute is his favourite instrument and learning under Guru Venugopal.
He had shared the video with a caption, “Hi guys. Wanted to share something that’s very dear to my heart n is different side to me. For last 3 yrs I’ve been learning the flute (my fav instrument). I’ve had the privilege of taking lessons with my Guru Venugopal Ji. I still have a long way to go but I’m glad I’ve started.”
Here is the video from 2018
Hi guys. Wanted to share something that's very dear to my heart n is different side to me. For last 3 yrs I've been learning the flute (my fav instrument). I've had the privilege of taking lessons with my Guru Venugopal Ji. I still have a long way to go but I'm glad I've started. pic.twitter.com/eh6HTDobxI
— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) June 5, 2018