Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni’s future with the franchise remains unclear. Dhoni, who announced his retirement from international cricket in 2020, has been struggling with the bat for two years now and at his age there is a chance that he will retire as an IPL and CSK player next season.
CSK has outperformed last season in IPL this season as it had already reached the play-offs as one of the two teams. But there are still doubts as to whether Dhoni will continue to play as captain for CSK next season if he is unable to hit the bat.
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Dhoni focused on his future, announcing the possible location of his last game as a CSK player.
“When it comes to goodbyes, you can still see me play for CSK and that could be my goodbye game. So you still get a chance to say goodbye to me. Hopefully we come to Chennai and play my last game there and we can meet fans there,” said Dhoni as he interacted with fans during the 75th anniversary of ‘India Cements’ held virtually.
“We are a process driven team, we believe in the process and we know that if we follow the process if we execute the plans well, if we do the little things right we will get the desired result, we know the result is a by-product and that also keeps us calm,” he added.
“We live in the moment and enjoy each other’s company. We know that if we play to our potential, we can beat the opponent. If the opposition has to beat us, they have to play better cricket.”
Responding to a question about whether he would be interested in a career in a Bollywood after his retirement from cricket, Dhoni said it’s not his thing,
“You know Bollywood isn’t really my thing. When it comes to ads, I like doing them. When it comes to movies, I think it’s a very tough profession and very difficult to manage. be good at. I’ll stick to cricket. The closest I can get to acting is advertising and nothing more,” he wrote.