Indian cricket’s best and famous captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today clear the most common topic that he is not retiring from international cricket anytime soon and there is no possibility to retire from int. cricket.
The 34-year-old captain had called time on his Test career in the middle of the away series against Australia in December 2014. Dhoni, who guided India to two world titles – inaugural World T20 in 2007 and World Cup in 2011 – other than administering the nation’s ascent to the zenith of Test positioning, is looking to recapture the trophy he won nine years prior in South Africa.
“After the Asia Cup T20 and World T20 there is the Indian Premier League. And afterward the group is for the most part playing Test cricket and around five to six ODIs, which will be over rapidly,” Dhoni said on the sidelines of a dispatch of a way of life clothing brand. The World T20 begins from March 8 and will finish up on April 3.
The Indian captain is additionally satisfied with the R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja’s arrival to frame. Ashwin has changed himself into one of the world’s driving bowlers with predictable exhibitions over the previous year. Jadeja, as well, made an amazing come back to the Indian side with some dazzling exhibitions in the local circuit.
Dhoni said he didn’t want to use the word “revenge” in reference to the World Cup defeat.”You want to compete, you want to win games, because at the end of the day you’re representing your country,” Dhoni said. “At the same time you want to follow the guidelines and the spirit of the game.”
Dhoni conquered his captaincy misfortunes with consecutive T20I arrangement wins in Australia and at home against Sri Lanka as of late, yet his keep running with the bat stayed dry and he is looking hard to recapture the touch of old times.