Commenting on the future of the former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni in the international cricket, 2011 World Cup-winning spinner, Harbhajan Singh during an Instagram live session with the veteran Indian opener, Rohit Sharma, expressed that he doesn’t thong that MS has no intention of coming back.
Harbhajan said, “He wants to play IPL 100 percent. But one needs to know his take on whether he wants to play for India anymore or not. I think he doesn’t want to play for India again. He has played so much for India. As far as I know him, he doesn’t want to wear the blue jersey again. He decided that India’s last match in the World Cup was his last. A few people have also told me that this is the case.”
On the other hand, Rohit seems to have no clue about Dhoni’s future. The Mumbai Indians skipper said when Dhoni does not play, he goes underground.
Roit further explained, “When MS Dhoni is not playing cricket, he goes out of radar. He goes underground. Whoever wants to know, you can directly go to him, you know he stays in Ranchi.”
The 2011 WC-winning captain has been on a sabbatical from competitive cricket since India’s World Cup 2019 exit in July last year. His absence from the circuit made way for speculations among fans about his retirement. He was supposed to feature in the 13th edition of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL), which has now been postponed indefinitely amid the coronavirus lockdown.
However, current, India is going through a nationwide lockdown till May 3 in order to control the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the number of coronavirus positive patients in India went past 23100 with almost 730 people losing their lives on Thursday, as per the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
The entire world is slowly moving towards a lockdown due to the scare of the ever-escalating situation concerning the World Health Organisation-recognized pandemic that is the Coronavirus. Everything- schools, colleges, airports, railway stations, gyms, sporting events, movies, offices- have been put under lockdown as the world continues to self-isolate in order to control the pandemic.