MS Dhoni is continuing his break from cricket after the World Cup 2019. He is back on cricket filed and starts to practice in the net. Ms Dhoni fans will be hoping that he will beck in Indian team soon. But No one knows that when Dhoni will make a comeback in the Indian side.
Team India will play a bilateral series against West Indies at home after the ongoing Bangladesh series. BCCI hasn’t announced Team India squad for this series so far. But According to a BCCI Official, MS Dhoni will not part of the upcoming West Indies series.
However, A BCCI official on Friday, November 15, confirmed that “He isn’t available for the West Indies series” according to PTI reports
“It depends on him. Even when I was left out, the entire world said that he will never make it. I believed in myself and played for four years. Champions don’t finish very quickly,” the BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said.
“CSK with Dhoni at the helm is amazing, the way he has managed to get results with the ageing players. CSK have released fringed players but not the likes of Shane Watson or DJ Bravo, you know these are the guys who are ageing but MS Dhoni just keeps the faith in those players,” Sanjay Manjerkar said.
“Look at the players that they have released, they will get a sizeable amount from Mohit Sharma, he was a hit n miss and didn’t play as many matches. Deepak Chahar coming in has really made matter so much easier but none of the ageing players have been released,” he said.
“We are really pleased with the players we have retained and two key releases from RCB are Dale Steyn and Marcus Stoinis. Dale Steyn is an excellent legend of the game but keeping his injuries in mind he seemed to be high risk to retain hence we have unfortunately looked to release him. We let Marcus Stoinis go as part of our budget requirements, at Rs6.2 crore it’s a huge part of our budget so we’ve had to release Marcus for this coming year and now our planning is for this year’s auction,” he pointed.