Former Indian cricket team captain and current star cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni has broken his silence for the first time after taking a break from cricket. ICC Dhoni is away from cricket after the World Cup 2019 semifinal match, but never before has he said anything about his comfort. In an event when Dhoni was asked how long he would rest, he replied in just one line.
"Don't ask until January," Dhoni said. In July this year, the Indian team suffered a defeat against New Zealand in the World Cup semifinal. There were speculations that Dhoni would say goodbye to international cricket. Although nothing has happened but Dhoni is on break from cricket since then. India have visited West Indies after the World Cup.
The home series has been played against South Africa and Bangladesh and the home series is scheduled to play next month against the West Indies but Dhoni is still out of the squad.
Earlier, a close source of Dhoni said on Tuesday that he would be in the IPL next year. Then they will decide their future. IPL The 38-year-old captain of Chennai Super Kings will not play in the T20 series against the West Indies starting December 6.
Three T20s and three ODIs are to be played in this series. Dhoni was spotted practicing with the Jharkhand U-23 squad a few days back, following which his anticipatory return was speculated. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said that Dhoni will be given the same honor for which a talented cricketer like him is entitled.