MS Dhoni, who final performed his worldwide recreation through the Cricket World Cup within the semi-final towards New Zealand, was making ready very exhausting within the nets for his franchise Chennai Super Kings on the pre-season camp. But the postponement of the cash-rich league for an indefinite interval as a result of Covid-19 pandemic was a significant let down for the legendary cricketer’s followers.
While a number of consultants and former cricketers imagine that the Ranchi cricketer may need already performed his final recreation in India colors, Dhoni’s former state teammate does not suppose so.
In an unique dialog with MyKhel, Dhoni’s former Jharkhand teammate and long-time pal, Manish Vardhan Singh, stated that the 38-year-old nonetheless has plenty of cricket left in him and he can very properly be part of the Indian aspect within the T20 World Cup in Australia.
“Mahi has a lot of cricket left in him and I am sure he’s still capable of making India comeback because he’s such a great player. He was preparing very hard for the IPL but unfortunately, this lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic has postponed his return on the cricket pitch. I still believe that he’s going to be a part of Team India in the T20 World Cup in Australia and think about his retirement after that,” stated Manish Vardhan Singh when requested concerning the two-time World Cup-winning captain’s future.
Manish – who was the primary participant to slam a century for Jharkhand within the Ranji Trophy – has spent plenty of time with Dhoni each personally in addition to professionally. He is aware of the wicketkeeper-batsman a lot earlier than Dhoni grew to become a family identify after his India debut in 2004.
Manish has performed plenty of Ranji video games with Dhoni and has been in fixed contact with the veteran India cricketer. Talking concerning the speculations on Dhoni’s retirement, Manish burdened a participant like him places the group earlier than himself. He additionally claimed that each one his pals have urged Dhoni to attract curtains on his worldwide profession on the pitch as a result of he is nonetheless able to donning that India jersey.
“We know him well, he always keeps team before himself but we have requested him to retire on the cricket pitch and not the other way round. He’s the kind of a player who deserves a proper send-off not because he’s a legend. He’s still capable of winning India matches and contributing for the team. But at the same time, we also understand that he’s a very down to earth person and that he’ll never impose himself on the team, that’s his nature,” Singh added additional.
Talking about Dhoni’s humility, Singh stated, “He is a very humble guy. If he finds an empty bottle lying somewhere on the ground, he picks it up and throws it in the dust bin. He never treats people badly and gives everybody respect. I have never seen him, show-off, how big a player he is. Nor have I seen him losing his cool. Even with the media persons during press conferences, he never gets angry. Though, he could be sarcastic at times while answering certain questions. No matter how tensed is the situation, he’s always calm and composed. That’s his greatness and that’s why he gets so much of respect from the cricketers.”
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