Former captain of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni retired from international cricket on August 15 last year. Since retiring from international cricket, Dhoni’s focus has been on the Indian Premier League (IPL). He will be seen in the 14th season of the IPL. But will this be Dhoni’s last IPL? The answer to this big question has been given by Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi Vishwanathan. They feel that this will not be Dhoni’s last IPL. In an interview to the Indian Express, Kashi Vishwanathan said, ‘Look, I don’t think this is his last IPL. This is my personal view. We are not looking at anyone else before Dhoni.
CSK’s performance was poor last season. Did Dhoni give any instructions to the players after the tournament. On this question, Kashi Vishwanathan said, ‘No. Last season, some of our important players were not part of the team. Two players had become corona. These things are not in our hands. The team is in good shape now. The players have been practicing in the nets for the last 15-20 days. We trust our process which has been good so far. The captain has clearly told the players that you have to do the process well and when it is right, the result will also be seen. Dhoni has been associated with Chennai Super Kings since the year 2008. CSK has won the IPL title three times under Dhoni’s captaincy. Before the start of the 14th season of the IPL, Dhoni is looking in great form. He is putting long shots in the nets. He also batted well in the practice match on Wednesday. He also showed his enthusiasm in keeping.
In this season of IPL, Chennai will play their first match on 10 April. He will face Delhi Capitals at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has captained 197 total matches for CSK, out of which he won 119 and lost 76 matches. CSK has reached the finals of the IPL 8 times under Dhoni’s captaincy. The 2020 season was the worst for him. It was the first time that she could not cross the league stage. Despite this, CSK has faith in Dhoni and is ready to play under his captaincy once again. Why does CSK trust Dhoni, the franchise owner N Srinivasan has also given the answer. He has said that Dhoni wants to win every match for CSK. Dhoni likes what he does. One more thing… Cricket is played only to win and so is the case with IPL. But continuity and loyalty are also one thing.