After the IPL 2019 final Dhoni had also hinted that he’d probably return for the tournament next season.
With age not on MS Dhoni’s side, the fans are caught up with conjecturing to what extent will he keep on playing aggressive cricket. The veteran batsman will turn 38 this July and is positively in the sundown of his vocation. In any case, while the truth will surface eventually when Dhoni chooses to hang up his boots Chennai Super Kings CEO Kasi Viswanathan is extremely sure that their captain will be back in yellow for the following season.
Dhoni even at 37, is hinting at no backing off. In the current year’s Indian Premier League (IPL), he drove Chennai Super Kings to the last where they lost to Mumbai Indians by only 1 run. Dhoni had completed the season as Super Kings’ most astounding run-scorer. Toward the finish of the last, he had additionally said he is confident of coming back to the alliance next season.
“Ideally, yes,” Dhoni had told Sanjay Manjrekar when the last gotten some information about his accessibility in IPL next season. In any case, the idealistic answer had brought up numerous issues about the wicketkeeper-batsman’s retirement. Be that as it may, Super Kings CEO has now affirmed that Dhoni is more than prone to return for the following season to play for the establishment.
“We are certain he will return. Over the most recent two years, there were discussions that he isn’t batting admirably, yet factually, he has had two extraordinary years. He had an excellent last season, and this time he improved. Furthermore, knowing him, he would do that for India in the World Cup as well. He will return,” Viswanathan revealed to Indian Express.
Dhoni preparing for World Cup:
Then, MS Dhoni is right now caught up with getting ready for the inevitable World Cup. The veteran star is in great structure this year and will be one of India’s primary players in the uber occasion. After a forgettable 2018 where he was seriously condemned for his poor comes back with the bat, Dhoni has thundered back to frame this year.
He scored three sequential fifties in Australia, helping India win a notable arrangement. With structure on his side, Dhoni will be peering toward a decent show in the up and coming competition which is pretty much prone to be his last 50-overs World Cup.