Chennai Super Kings CEO Kasi Viswanathan opened up about skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s future within the Indian Premier League (IPL) forward of the 2021 season. Dhoni, who final yr confirmed that 2020 was ‘undoubtedly not’ the final time he was seen enjoying for the lads in yellow, there have been speculations that this yr might be his last within the IPL after he retired from worldwide cricket on August 15, 2020.
However, quashing the speculations and experiences, the CEO of Chennai Super Kings, Kasi Viswanathan has mentioned that this may not be the ultimate yr of Dhoni enjoying in yellow. Talking to The Indian Express about the identical, Viswanathan mentioned, “See, I don’t think it is going to be his final year. This is my personal view and I don’t think we are looking at anybody now.”
The former Indian skipper, Dhoni, who will flip 40 this yr did not play a single sport on the highest degree for the reason that semi-final loss on the Cricket World Cup 2019. Many believed he would nonetheless play however he lastly hung his boots from the worldwide cricket in August final yr.
With no match observe and sport time after the lockdown, Dhoni had a poor run within the final yr’s IPL each as a captain and a batsman. However, with the new season going down in India and introduced a month in the past, Dhoni had the time to arrange this time and can be raring to go in to point out his mettle once more within the shortest format of the sport.
Dhoni will be main the Chennai Super Kings in his facet’s first sport in opposition to the final yr’s runners-up Delhi Capitals on April 10 in Mumbai.