Fans of former Indian captain MS Dhoni have been eagerly awaiting the IPL 2020 as Dhoni was about to return to the IPL since World Cup 2019. In view of the impact of Coronavirus, the IPL was postponed to 15 April. <! –
While the whole nation has been locked down until 14 April, in such a scenario, IPL will probably be began after 15 April, it’s not attainable. In such a scenario, the return of Dhoni may be very tough in Team India. However, Dhoni's childhood coach Keshav Ranjan Banerjee nonetheless believes that the 38-year-old participant can make his place in Team India within the ICC T20 World Cup to be held in October this 12 months.
Keshav Ranjan Banerjee mentioned in an interview to PTI, 'In the present scenario, the opportunity of IPL appears low and now we have to attend for the BCCI's resolution. The scenario will probably be clearly tough for Dhoni. But my Six Sense says that they may get an opportunity within the T20 World Cup, which will probably be their final.
Dhoni, who received the ICC T20 World Cup title to Team India in 2007, went to attend a coaching camp organized by Chennai Super Kings prior to now however all of the franchises canceled their coaching camps as a result of rising influence of the corona virus. After that Dhoni returned again to Ranchi. Dhoni's childhood coach additional mentioned, 'I spoke to him one final time after coming back from Chennai and I’m in fixed contact along with his mother and father. He is doing his health coaching and is absolutely match. Now look forward to the choice of BCCI. Because all ICC tournaments have been canceled by June.
There is little probability of Dhoni's return to the staff after the IPL's cancellation, however Dhoni's coach feels that the BCCI will certainly give him an opportunity to play his final match. He mentioned, 'It is true that he has not performed any matches for Team India since July final 12 months, however for a participant enjoying 538 worldwide matches, I don’t assume it is going to take a lot time to regulate. I feel he’ll get one final probability.