Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a professional cricket player from India and the skipper of the ICC world cup and ICC World Twenty20 winning team of India. Who plays as a wicket-keeper and a right-handed middle-order batsman. Also known as the inventor of helicopter short. This 38-year-old Indian cricketer’s future in international cricket is one of the most gossiping topics in India, after his little break from cricket. But this effective finisher declines all guesswork, As MS Dhoni will decide his future in international cricket after January.
At an event in Mumbai Dhoni asked a question by a reporter over his retirement plan, Dhoni said,” Do not ask me before January.”
The former Indian captain of all cricketing formats took a short break from cricket for serving the Indian Army. Because of that, he was not in the squad against South Africa and Bangladesh’s home series. Rishabh Pant is replacing him as a wicket-keeper in limited over an edition of cricket after the ending of the World cup. And this will continue in the upcoming limited over series against West Indies at home.
MS Dhoni fuels further speculation about his future plans… 🤔
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) November 27, 2019
Ravi Shastri, the head coach of the Indian Cricket team who is also a former all-rounder cricketer of India said when he was asked a question about Dhoni’s plan for the T20 World Cup which will be held next year, “It’s not over us, will depend on him. It will also depend on his mind to start playing and performance on IPL.
— Deccan Chronicle (@DeccanChronicle) November 27, 2019
57-year-old Indian coach added,
Other wicket-keeper’s performance behind the wicket and Ms’s performance behind the wicket will decide also considering the form of others and Dhoni during IPL. And IPL is the last big Tournament before WT20 where we will choose our best 15 members.
MS Dhoni, who is considering one of the best wicket-keepers in the world was last played on July 9 against New Zealand in the semifinal of the World Cup. As he made his debut in ODI against Bangladesh in December 2004. And in December 2005 he got his Test debut against Sri Lanka.