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WATCH – MS Dhoni Playing Tennis In Ranchi
By CricShots - Nov 27, 2018 3:32 pm
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The Indian cricket team is preparing for the Test series against Australia, former Indian skipper MS Dhoni is not a part of the team at the moment. He is currently in his home city Ranchi and is spending some quality time with his family. Currently, he is also experimenting with gym and cricket as well as tennis and billiards.

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Dhoni playing tennis in Ranchi

Dhoni was seen playing tennis at the JSCA Stadium on Tuesday. He is expected to play a doubles game Jharkhand number one ranked player Sumit Kumar of Tennis championship was organized in the capital’s JSCA Country Cricket Club. He displayed his tennis talent in the doubles competition of the championship. The tournament, which started on Monday, will run till Friday 30 November.

MS Dhoni and Sumit’s pair got the better of their opposition Brajesh and Pawan. Mahi’s service was quite aptly and he consistently troubled the opponent. Dhoni and Sumit reached the second round with two successive wins. In the last game, they registered the scores of 6-1, 6-1.

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The veteran cricketer is in the twilight of his career and despite he is not playing cricket, he is managing to stay busy with endorsements and advertisement campaigns. However, Dhoni will not be seen participating in the singles category.

Here is the video of the Dhoni playing Tennis:

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Dhoni is not a part of the Indian team touring Australia as Rishabh Pant has been picked over him, but the two-time World Cup winner aspires to play the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. Commenting on the same, master blaster Sachin Tendulkar stated that he was not aware of the mindset of the selectors and the reasoning behind this decision of dropping Dhoni.

Sachin further elaborated that he made no attempts to convince anyone with regard to the decision making. He explained, “I don’t know what the mindset of the selectors is and I haven’t looked to influence anyone by giving opinions. What happens in the dressing room and between captain, coach and selectors should stay within them.”