- MS Dhoni was seen sporting a smile for the camera while wearing cricket kit on his back
- MS Dhoni could be seen on the very first match of IPL 2020
- IPL 2020 will start from 19th of September
- Last match played by MS Dhoni was during ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from the international Cricket which has ensured the Chenna Super Kings will the former Indian skipper all to themselves as Dhoni is now free of any and all international commitments and has just a single avenue as a cricketer.
As the Indian Premier League 2020 is set to begin on the 19th of September after the novel Coronavirus induced delay and CSK already in the United Arab Emirates, the wait for Dhoni’s fans all around the globe to see him in action is coming to an end.
The last competitive cricket game that the former Indian skipper ever played was the semi finale of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in July last year.
Now that IPL 2020 is coming closer and CSK gave Dhoni’s fans a glimpse of how it would be when Dhoni would finally strut out on ti the field decked in his CSK jersey and wielding his willow.
Chennai Super Kings captioned the picture of Dhoni carrying his cricket kit on his back as “The smile we can’t wait to see!”.
His pic with a smile for the camera has been shared on social media.
The 39 year old from Ranchi, Jharkhand will lead the Chennai Super Kings in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League which is going to be held in UAE.
The league will be played away from India due to the global COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of cases in the world’s second-most populous country.
All of the players have been quarantined for 6 days after they landed in the United Arab Emirates following the protocols will be tested on the 1st, 3rd and the 6th day of the quarantine.
The players who will test negative for the novel Coronavirus in all of the 3 tests will be allowed to enter the bio secure bubbles of the Indian Premier League. Players have been utilising the quarantine period to work out in their make-shift gyms inside their hotel rooms and in virtual team meetings with their fellow teammates.