Dhoni will say goodbye to cricket completely after IPL! self-proclaimed
Dhoni will say goodbye to cricket completely after IPL! self-proclaimed

CSK captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has indicated that he will retire from cricket completely after the current season of IPL. Dhoni, who retired from international cricket in August 2020, plays only in the IPL. He said after winning against Sunrisers Hyderabad at Chennai's home ground Chepauk Stadium on Friday (April 21) that this is the last phase of his career.

The 41-year-old Dhoni himself admitted that he wants to enjoy the last phase of his career. There are many speculations that the current season is Dhoni's last and he is expected to announce his retirement after IPL 2023. Dhoni said, “No matter how long I play, but this is the last phase of my career. It is necessary to enjoy it. After two years fans have got the opportunity to come here and see. It feels good to be here. The audience has showered us with a lot of love and affection."

Dhoni also gave answers regarding his batting and wicketkeeping after the victory. He said that he is not getting enough opportunities to bat, but has no complaints. The Chennai captain has batted in the death overs this season and won the hearts of the spectators. He has scored 59 runs in four innings of six matches. Due to this, Dhoni has an average of 59 and a strike rate of 210.71. He has hit two fours and six sixes. Chennai captain Dhoni took an excellent catch behind the wicket. He expected that he would get the best catch award in the match, but it did not happen. Dhoni also complained about this. Mahi smiled and said, "They didn't give me the best catch award. I thought it was a great catch. I remember a fight a long time ago. Rahul Dravid was keeping at that time. He also took a similar catch."

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