The deliberation that went under the water due to this corona pandemic has once again stirred up and created a buzz among the cricket fans. The former world cup winning captain who was about to break his sabbatical with this edition of IPL couldn’t able to do due to the Covid-19.
The whole of India were waiting to see the man who injected India into the top of the cricket map with 3 ICC trophies in 6 years decided to take an indefinite break since India's heartbreaking world cup exit last year.
MS Dhoni will be leaving a huge legacy behind him when he officially retires from all the forms of the game and one among them will be his success story with CSK. One of the successful franchise in the history of franchise cricket in chennai super kings has been MS Dhoni's important achievement in his astonishing career.
With the mega auction luring, there is so much anticipation regarding the retentions that will be made by the respective franchise. CSK is a team which consists of not so young team including their captain which would make things interesting.
When asked about MS Dhoni's future with CSK, a super kings official told
Dhoni is his own man but I see him playing the IPL for at least two-three years. When it comes to playing for India, only he knows best
As the whereabouts of the IPL is still unknown, there were a few speculations doing rounds that there is a possibility that IPL may happen without the participation of foreign players for the first time in IPL history.
Here’s what the CSK official had to say about the future of this edition of IPL
CSK is not keen to do an IPL with only Indian players. That way it would be playing another Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (domestic T20 competition). The franchise has not been in touch with the BCCI of late as the situation is worsening. Let's hope we can have the IPL later this year