Dhoni, 38, hasn’t played any form of cricket since featuring in India’s semi-final loss to New Zealand at the 50-over World Cup in England last year
Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday left the Chennai Super Kings preparing camp here after the suspension of the thirteenth release of IPL till April 15 in the wake of Coronavirus. Dhoni, who had shown up in Chennai for CSK’s preliminary camp early this month, left the base before his cheering fans.
“It has become your home, sir!’ Keep whistling, as #Thala Dhoni says farewell to a short to #AnbuDen,” Chennai Super Kings composed on its twitter handle alongside a short video. The video showed fans arranging to get a look at Dhoni as he marked signatures and associated with the fans.
The BCCI on Friday deferred the beginning of the current year’s IPL from March 29 to April 15 in wake of the pandemic, which has caused huge change over the globe. On Saturday, the BCCI and the eight IPL group proprietors met in Mumbai to examine the different alternatives after government-forced travel limitations and refusal of three states to have any matches constrained the delay of the money rich T20 competition.
Dhoni, 38, hasn’t played any type of cricket since highlighting in India’s semi-last misfortune to New Zealand at the 50-over World Cup in England a year ago. There has been a great deal of hypothesis over Dhoni’s global future in front of the current year’s T20 World Cup in Australia, with some adage it will rely upon his exhibition in the IPL-13.