Dhoni can explain better than me about the return to competitive cricket says AzharClick To Tweet
Dhoni can explain better than me about the return to competitive cricket says Azhar. Former Indian Captain Mohammad Azharuddin says that Dhoni can explain better than him about returning to international cricket.
Azhar also feels that it’s not easy to return in competitive cricket after such a long gap.
Many speculations are rounding the corner about Dhoni’s future after the postponement of this year’s IPL.
Dhoni has not played at international level since the World Cup semi-final and he was eyeing to this year IPL to comeback in the national side.
T20 World Cup is going to start from October 18 this year in Australia. But looking at the current scenario ICC might be thinking to postpone this mega-event too.
Former captain Azharuddin has some views about Dhoni’s future and said Dhoni is the right person to explain about his future.
Azhar further said that as IPL is postponed to indefinitely, so as the time progresses Dhoni’s return to competitive cricket will sort out.
Dhoni can explain better than me about the return to competitive cricket says Azhar:
“Dhoni can explain better than me about what he wants and it will be his personal decision. See as of now, the situation is not good and that is why IPL is not taking place and I feel it will take some time to get things sorted but for Dhoni, it is his personal decision.” Azhar told ANI.
Azharuddin also said that selectors will likely look at Dhoni’s performances, indicating not easy to return from such a long gap.
“Definitely, the selectors will look at the performance because playing after a long gap is not that easy, match practice is really important and it does not matter how big a player you are, you have to play some matches. Practicing and playing matches are two different things.” Azhar added.
Dhoni has not played a single match since the World Cup semi-final. As you know that the IPL is postponed to indefinitely then I think Dhoni is the right person to answer about his future.
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