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Gaudium Sportopia launches cricket academy in partnership with Ravichandran Ashwin

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Hyderabad: Amid much fanfare, India’s first residential, fully integrated, world class high-performance sports school Gaudium Sportopia launched its own cricket academy on Wednesday in collaboration with Gen-Next Cricket Institute that is mentored by India’s marquee all-rounder, Ravichandran Ashwin. Gaudium Sportopia, whose aim has been to provide excellence in education and sports in a seamless way, is leaving no stone unturned in bringing on board the best in the sports business to mentor the students and bolster India’s sporting landscape.

Right after setting up their state-of-the-art academies in badminton, chess, table tennis, basketball, and roller skating, they have now created a unique opportunity for the students to learn from the world’s highest active wicket-taker and Arjuna awardee, Ravichandran Ashwin.

“We have already activated five academies so far including the badminton academy. All of these have received a huge response after such great champions have come on board to guide the young sporting minds. I am equally confident that this latest collaboration with Ravichandran Ashwin and Gen-Next Cricket Institute will create a new roadmap for producing champions for the future,” said Kirthi Reddy, Director & Founder of The Gaudium School and Gaudium Sportopia.

 “GenNext Institute and I are very delighted to be associated with Gaudium Sportopia. I always believe that excellent infrastructure and innovative techniques from a young age makes a lot of difference and Gaudium Sportopia is one such place who is truly out to change the entire sporting ecosystem of the country by exposing the kids to some of the finest facilities. I am looking forward to seeing some of these promising youngsters take India to even greater heights in the future,” said Ravichandran Ashwin.

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