All the eyes are on the Dhoni’s retirement. But, seems like strong they are sound signals are being blown hinting, Dhoni’s career as the Indian player may be over. Many are blabbering their minds saying, as he turned out to be the 38-year-old, the time has come for Dhoni to make way for the newcomers.
“We’re surprised that he’s not done it so far. There are youngsters like Rishabh Pant waiting to grab their chances. As we saw in the World Cup, Dhoni isn’t the same batsman anymore. Despite coming in at No. 6 or 7, he was struggling to force the pace, and it was hurting the team.”
Where, there is a strong belief that BCCI secretary Amitabh Chaudhary will be taking a call for meeting in choosing a fresh team for West Indies tour comprising three T20Is, three ODIs, and two Tests. And it is heard that BCCI officials would be resting Dhoni if he does opt to retire, post returning from England.
Well, age aside, Dhoni is the best wicketkeeper, batsman and perfect decision-maker for the Indian team and he will be a historical example like very few other cricketers irrespective to his retirement.