Former Indian cricket group captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been away from cricket for a very long time. Dhoni performed his final worldwide match in opposition to New Zealand within the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup final 12 months the place the Indian group needed to face defeat. After this, Dhoni is out of Team India below the break. This Indian group performed the sequence with many groups however within the absence of Dhoni. <! –
Former gamers consider that it’s tough for Dhoni to return to the group now because it has been eight months since he performed cricket.
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Former Indian bowler Venkatapathy Raju feels that Dhoni's return won’t be straightforward. It was believed that Dhoni can return to Team India by performing nicely in IPL 2020 however resulting from Coronavirus, IPL has been postponed until 15 April. In such a state of affairs, the trail of his return has additionally grow to be longer.
In a dialog with The Hindu, Raju mentioned, 'He (Dhoni) has been a match winner for the final 15 years. He has an enormous fan following. But it isn’t straightforward for any participant to come back again after such an extended break. The return of Dhoni is determined by the efficiency of the IPL.
Dhoni will flip 39 in July. He has expertise of taking part in 538 worldwide matches. He doesn’t have to show himself to return to the nationwide group.
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Raju, who performed 28 Tests and 53 ODIs for India in 1990-2001, mentioned, "If any participant performs nicely in aggressive cricket below home or India A sequence, then he stays one of many contenders. Here Dhoni doesn’t have to show to anybody else however he has to indicate himself that he can nonetheless proceed his recreation like he used to play earlier than. There is a giant age issue right here. Playing worldwide cricket will not be straightforward. Here you want various kinds of health and abilities.
50-year-old Raju was a part of the BCCI choice committee when younger Dhoni was handed the captaincy of the T20 group in 2007.