MS Dhoni Will Do Right Thing Because He Knows What Lies Ahead: Shane Watson On Dhoni’s Retirement Speculation
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has not played international cricket since the ICC World Cup 2019. The player is silent on the subject of his future in cricket. Everybody is curious to know about the next step of Dhoni. Former Australian all-rounder and present Chennai Super Kings (CSK) member, Shane Watson feels that Dhoni better knows the decision of his retirement and it should be left with him.
After the mega event, the player took the break and joined the Indian army to serve the country. He then went to America to spend the time with his family and also played a golf tournament for a club. Now, there are reports that the wicket-keeper batsman is going to debut in the Bollywood. He will be seen with Sanjay Dutt in a film.
Earlier, he was spotted playing football in a charity game in Mumbai alongside Arjun Kapoor. Dhoni is fully enjoying his break and silent on his future about cricket. He made himself unavailable in the home T20I series against South Africa. There are reports that he will also not play the Bangladesh T20I series which is scheduled next month.
Shane Watson believes MS Dhoni is still fit enough to continue the international career
Speculations of MS Dhoni’s retirement are increasing. Meanwhile, Shane Watson told PTI that the question of retirement should be left to be answered by Dhoni. Watson has played with Dhoni in Indian Premier League (IPL) for CSK. He has been the major part of the team and opines that Dhoni is very talented and always makes the right decision for the team.
“He has still got the skill. But it is down to him to decide. He still moves incredibly well, runs hard between the wickets and has beautiful hands. Whatever he does, it will be the right thing because he knows what lies ahead,” Watson told PTI.
As per reports, Dhoni will be the part of T20 World Cup 2020. His experience will help the team as the youngster Rishabh Pant still needs time to improve his skills.
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