Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni gave a big update on Friday about his future with the four-time champion going forward. Dhoni has led CSK to four Indian Premier League (IPL) titles. Ahead of the IPL 2022, Ravindra Jadeja became the CSK captain, but midway through the edition, the all-rounder relinquished his position to clear the way for Dhoni to become the CSK skipper again. However, there has been speculation about 40-year-old Dhoni’s future in the franchise.
On Friday, at the toss of the match between CSK and Rajasthan Royals, Dhoni was asked about his future plans. The former captain of the Indian cricket team said in his own inimitable style that he will work hard to return next season.
“Sure, it’s a simple reason. It will be unfair not to play in Chennai and say thank you,” Dhoni said at the toss.
“Mumbai is a place where I’ve been given a lot of love and affection as a team and as an individual. But you know, it’s not going to be nice for the CSK fans. And hopefully it will be like that next year.” an opportunity where the team will travel, so it will be a thank you to all the different places where games are played in different locations.
“Whether it will be my last year or not, that’s a big question, because we can’t predict on something that is two years down the line, but I will definitely work hard to come back strong next year,” Dhoni added at the time. he was asked about his future. †
The decision was welcomed by Sunil Gavaskar. “I think it’s a great thing. As he explained, he wants to thank everyone who has supported his team and him, not necessarily CSK, he has been the captain of India, he has taken India to unprecedented heights,” Gavaskar said on Star Sports.
“Next year hopefully it will be a home and away kind of situation. There are 10 teams so he will be able to say goodbye to 10 locations. Sometimes we even see that some franchises may want to take another location as their home base Ranchi could be a home base. These things could happen, which means he’ll have a chance to thank pretty much all of India.”
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