From May 31 to June 3, the duo will be attending classes on the illustrious Harvard Business School campus in Boston, Massachusetts
Pakistan cricketers, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan, have taken their commitment to personal growth and education to a whole new level.
Babar took to social media on Tuesday and posted a captivating image that offered a sneak peek into their most recent undertaking. The photograph showed the two cricket players deeply immersed in their studies as they prepare for their classes at the Harvard Business School.
In the picture, Babar can be seen lying in an amusingly awkward position on a sofa, fully focused on studying his notes. On the other hand, Rizwan is sitting on the ground, diligently reviewing various papers.
The caption of the picture read, “Ye kya ho raha hai? [What is happening?]” which was accompanied by a laughing emoji, suggesting the players' light-hearted approach to their newfound academic pursuit.
Ye kya ho raha hai? 🤫🤔 pic.twitter.com/Lxob4hJALk— Babar Azam (@babarazam258) May 30, 2023
Babar and Rizwan's decision to enroll in Harvard Business School's executive education program marks a significant milestone, not only for their personal development but also for the cricketing community as a whole. They have become the first cricketers to partake in this esteemed program, which specifically focuses on The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports (BEMS).
From May 31 to June 3, the duo will be attending classes on the illustrious Harvard Business School campus in Boston, Massachusetts.
This groundbreaking initiative taken by the two cricketers is likely to inspire a new generation of cricketers to pursue education alongside their sporting careers.