MS Dhoni Likely To Retire From Cricket: Reports

MS Dhoni Will Be Considered Only If He Plays Well In IPL 2020
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Ever since the world cup last season in the year 2019 started there have been speculations, that the Indian Cricketing star MS Dhoni would post-world cup.

But however, men in blue were knocked out from the league in the semi-finals itself having New Zealand in its the opponent team. Post defeat the then Indian skipper MS Dhoni took a break from his Cricketing career and went on to serve the Indian army, and since then he has been in the sabbatical break which is yet to end.

The break would have ended this season, with the onset of 13th edition of IPL 2020 season, when he would be taking on the Jersey of Chennai Super Kings.

Performance In IPL2020 Could Have Earned MS Dhoni A Place In T20 Squad:

The Indian Cricket team coach in a recent media interaction had stated that Dhoni’s T20 Squad for world earlier this year would be decided based on his performance in IPL 2020.

MS Dhoni Opens About His Retirement Plans To His Close Aides:

Reports now suggest that the World cup winning skipper has decided to retire from cricket. He has opened up about this to his close ones, but the 38-year-old is yet to have a word with the BCCI officials.

“I have a strong gut feeling that Dhoni would still make to T20 Squad. His presence is very important for the team as his contribution is immense for binding an innings” said Keshav Banerjee, Dhoni’s childhood coach in an interaction with a leading sports website.

After the lockdown for 21 days was declared by the Government of India to arrest the spread of COVID 19 virus, there have been speculations that the IPL 2020 might get canceled even if the lockdown was called off.

This is because even if the lockdown period was called off, there would be still a great number of restrictions on the organizing of the events.

The coronavirus infection has brought the complete Cricketing world to a standstill. All the domestic, national and international leagues were canceled in the wake of the spread of Coronavirus infection. This decision was taken by all the Cricketing boards after the health ministry of their respective nations declared that, mass gatherings for any event would result in triggering the infection.

Not only this the Cricketers who had returned from foreign tournaments were advised by the government of their respective countries to practice self-isolation for a period of 14 days.

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