It’s been a long time since cricket fans last saw MS Dhoni in action. His final appearance for India was in the semi-final of the 2019 World Cup in England against New Zealand.Lately, in addition, he found himself from this BCCI’s contract listing which made many think this might be the conclusion of India’s second World Cup-winning captain in ODIs.
Hopes, however, have stayed afloat over Dhoni’s comeback to the national side for its T20 World Cup in Australia in October. The guy, who led India for their just entire crown in T20s in 2007, had been seen batting in the nets in Ranchi lately and today, the champion cricketer is a place to create a return to cricket — at the Indian Premier League (IPL) beginning March 29. He is leading Chennai Super Kings (CSK) who is the winner of IPL three times. MS Dhoni is the man who led CSK to the finals eight times.He will make his way to Chennai on March 1 to start his practice for IPL 2020.
According to Times of India
“He (Dhoni) is expected to arrive on March 1. He will probably train for a couple of weeks before going back for 4-5 days and then coming back.”
Dhoni will be accompanied in training by other CSK stars such as Suresh Raina and Ambati Rayudu in the first week of March.
“Raina and Rayudu had been training here for the last three weeks. They are going back and then joining again on March 2. Players who are available at that time will also join. The official camp starts from March 10,”