You Can’t Let Frustration Get In: MS Dhoni On Halts During His Career
Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni is being missed in the team by Indian fans. The player has not played a match after the end of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. He has made himself unavailable in the recent limited-overs series.
After the mega event, MS Dhoni first took the break for two months. He joined the Indian army and then went for vacations with family in America. Dhoni is fully enjoying the break. According to the media reports, he will also debut in a Bollywood film alongside Sanjay Dutt. He was recently also spotted with Arjun Kapoor playing football in Mumbai for Charity.
The wicketkeeper-batsman is silent on the future of his cricket which is increasing the speculation of his retirement. Meanwhile, according to a source, MS Dhoni is training hard and preparing himself to get back in the team. There were also reports that the player will be the part of T20 World Cup 2020. Rishabh Pant, the replacement of Dhoni in the national team, is struggling to consistent in international cricket. So, the team will need the veteran Dhoni to guide the team.
In an interview in Delhi, he opens up on how he deals with ups and downs in his career.
“You can’t let frustration get in. You need to stay calm and cool and keep on scoring more and more runs and keep well to get into the side,” Dhoni said during a product launch program in New Delhi.
MS Dhoni supports the cashless digital transaction
MS Dhoni also attended a cashless digital transaction promotional event in New Delhi. The player advised everyone to go cashless and opines that he is encouraging his mother to transfer the money digitally.
“My mother still prefers cash transaction but I am trying to motivate her to go cashless and go digital,” added Dhoni.
Meanwhile, the Indian team is busy with the Test series against South Africa and is ready to play the last Test match in the Ranchi.
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