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Indian Cricketer MS Dhoni (Source – Google Images)

The former India captain MS Dhoni has been away from competitive cricket since the semi-finals of the World Cup played in England last year.


Cricket fans had a dual reason for waiting for the IPL 2020, in which one reason was to see Dhoni again on the ground but the Coronavirus destroyed both his and Dhoni’s aspirations. The chances of MS Dhoni’s return to Team India have also been reduced after the suspension of IPL for an indefinite period.

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MS Dhoni’s retirement has already been a part of the debate in the cricket world. Suspension of Indian Premier League has put a question on his career as IPL 2020 was looked like a chance of MS Dhoni’s return to Team India

Though critics have mixed opinions about this, most believe that the chances of Dhoni’s comeback to the Indian team are almost over now, but the Indian team’s bowler Kuldeep Yadav has a different opinion.

Kuldeep Yadav on MS Dhoni

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MS Dhoni (left) and Kuldeep Yadav (right) (Source – Google Images)

Kuldeep Yadav still feels that Mahendra Singh Dhoni

is very fit and can play for the country. The decision of his future is in his hands and there is no need to constantly talk about it. Kuldeep said

“I am of course missing MS Dhoni. Whenever you play with a senior player, you become fond of them and start missing them and their presence,” Kuldeep told Sportskeeda.

Kuldeep Yadav also talks about the retirement of MS Dhoni and he says that’s his decision and it should be left on him only. Kuldeep Yadav says,


“As far as his retirement is concerned, it is MS Dhoni’s decision and it should be left to him. There is no point for us to debate on that. He is very fit and I personally feel he should play for India. As a fan, I absolutely love him. If he plays, it would be easier for us.”

Well, it totally depends on Dhoni only that when he wants to take the retirement or he has already played his last international game last year in the 2019 World Cup.