The young player is now headed to a remarkable performance on the global stage
Bringing glory to the city, Lucknow's Abhinav Dixit is all set to play for UK's prestigious Chatsworth Club in South Africa. Beginning an illustrious journey at the K.D. Singh Babu Stadium in the city during 1998-99, the talented cricketer has hit a long boundary with this latest achievement. For the uninitiated, the Chatsworth Club has played a crucial role to polish some of the top sportsmen across the globe, winning widespread acclaim to its name!
Star cricketer on his way to an international platform!
The ambitious player began his training before the age of 10 and played the captain of the Uttar Pradesh Under-15 team. Later, he went to play for the Under-17, under-19, Under-22 and Under-25 tournaments. Taking a big leap in his bright career, Dixit found a place in the Uttar Pradesh team for the Ranji Trophy in 2015-16. Besides, he also participated in the one-dayers from UP in the 2014-15 session.
Adding to his bag of notable accomplishments, the cricketer marked his participation in the Ranji Trophy 2018-19, from a railways team. Further, he has also shown his skills and capabilities at the Vijay Hazare Trophy in its 2018-19 event. Given his exceptional prowess in this field, Dixit is now headed to a remarkable performance on the global stage.
All set to be part of the club with a 200-year-old legacy!
It is claimed that the cricket history at Chatsworth runs back to a timeline of more than over 200 years ago. Notably, Queen Victoria's journal dated 20th October 1832 contains the first mention of cricket being played at the Chatsworth. In recent years, this club has garnered a significant spot in the international cricket ecosystem. As per reports, the Chatsworth Club organised one of the famed tournaments in the year 2018.
Through a strong and committed approach, Dixit has been successful in transforming his dreams into reality. While the man eyes greater winnings for himself now, he has also become a symbol of inspiration for many budding sportsmen!