For MS Dhoni till 2019 World Cup it was all about his performances and heroics and since then it is all about Speculations…. Speculations…. and Speculations. He has been unavailable for international cricket since the Semi-final of 2019 World Cup.
After the loss in the Semi-final, Indian stalwart MS Dhoni took indefinite sabbatical from the game. Even a possible return to competitive Cricket through IPL 2020 has been postponed indefinitely due to CoViD-19 crisis.
MSD aka ‘Thala’ has also started the preparations for IPL 2020, but the unforeseen circumstances has now put all the plans in jeopardy. But speculations about his future has refused to die down.
A few days ago, twitter also went abuzz with ‘#Dhoniretires’ becoming one of the top trends in the country, but that time his wife Sakshi Dhoni cleared all the rumours by quashing the reports.
Now, former chief selector Kiran More has come out with a big statement on MSD. Kiran More, who closely watched the legend train just before the IPL postponement, has said that MS was raring to go and age doesn’t matter if one is on the top of one’s game.
“It’s very difficult, it’s his call. It’s going to be tough, not going to be easy. Mind says you want to, but the body does not allow. Before IPL, he was fit, I saw him in the nets, he was raring to go. In tennis, guys of 34, 39 are on top of their game. Now if you are disciplined, if you keep your mind and body strong you can make a comeback. Ashish Nehra made a comeback and did very well,” ‘Kiran More told Sportskeeda.
While it would be difficult to say ‘what MS Dhoni has planned about his future’ but as he will be turning 39 in July this year, his chances of international comeback look quite bleak.