MS Dhoni terms his little daughter as his ‘stress buster’
By Sandy - Aug 10, 2018 3:07 am
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The former Indian captain MS Dhoni is one of the successful captains in the world cricket history. Apart from his cricketing brain and the all other cricketing manners including the playing activities, Dhoni is also famous for his cool brain who hardly takes any stress. Recently, Dhoni has revealed that how he remains stress-free on his three-year-old daughter Ziva.

MS Dhoni with his daughter Ziva

When Dhoni is not busy in international cricket, he spends his big times with his wife Sakshi Dhoni and the little daughter. The IPL 2018 has observed the special bonding between the father and daughter.

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Recently, Dhoni was present in an event in Mumbai where he was asked what he felt about the present increasing media attention on Ziva. In reply, Dhoni termed her as his ‘stress buster’.

MS Dhoni with Ziva

Talking about his little daughter, Dhoni said, “Irrespective of whether I like it or not, I notice that she gets a lot of attention. It is good to have someone like her around. She is a livewire, always on the move. Very careful of what she does, so we are not worried that she may get hurt. It feels good to have somebody around to ease all the stress. She is hardly three-and-a-half and already is showing character, talks in a particular way. I think it is good to have a daughter always around. Wherever I go, people ask a lot about her, where is she now and what is she doing. I am nowhere in the scene now.”

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After making an international cricket debut in December 2004, Dhoni has played 90 Tests, 321 ODIs and 93 T20Is where he has broken many records. The right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman has scored 16,409 runs in international cricket career (4,876 runs in Tests, 10,046 runs in ODIs and 1,487 runs in T20Is) and also has made a total of 788 dismissals in the international cricket as a wicketkeeper (204 in Tests, 407 in ODIs and 87 in T20Is).

MS Dhoni

Though he has retired from the Test cricket and also has given up his international cricket captaincy, he is still playing the limited-overs international crickets in best form.