MS Dhoni Doubtful For West Indies Tour, Will Participate In “Transitioning Phase” For Team India
MS Dhoni remains one of the biggest cricket icons the game has ever known but in the twilight years of his career, he has been subjected to a lot of criticism because of his low scoring rate and sluggish knocks. According to latest reports, MS Dhoni, who was widely expected to retire after India’s exit from World Cup 2019, has made himself unavailable for the limited-overs leg of India’s upcoming full tour of the West Indies. “MS will not go to the West Indies. Going forward, he will not travel with the team within India or overseas as the first-choice wicketkeeper. Rishabh Pant will take over and there will be a grooming window for him until he settles down. During this time, MS will help in the transition. For all you know, he could be part of the 15 but not part of the 11. This team needs a guiding hand on multiple fronts and wishing MS away is clearly unhealthy,” a source was quoted as saying by the Times Of India.
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