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Dhoni to benefit from break, doors open for return: Dean Jones – former australian cricketer dean jones says the break might be fantastic for ms dhoni he has left the doors open for comeback

Edited By Tarun Vats | TimesOfIndia.com | Updated: 24 Jul 2020, 05:41:00 PM IST

Mahendra Singh Dhoni (file)
  • Dhoni has not played any international match since World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in July-2019.
  • Jones said the break could prove beneficial for former India captain Dhoni
  • Dhoni is the only captain to win 2007 World T20, 2011 ODI World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy
  • Jones also said, the biggest problem of the Indian team is still a finisher

Akash Dasgupta, New Delhi

A question about the former Team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is going on in crores of Indian cricket lovers, will he return or not? His fans in India and around the world are hoping that Dhoni, who won all three ICC Trophies (2007 World T20, 2011 ODI World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy), will be seen returning to international cricket.

The 39-year-old Dhoni has not played any international matches since the World Cup semi-final defeat against New Zealand in July last year. At first most people thought that they just want to take a break but there were reports that they have some injuries too. He also practiced in the Nets for a while in Ranchi, but he continued to declare himself unavailable in series one after another, leading to questions as to whether he would announce retirement.

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Now the ICC has officially postponed the T20 World Cup and there is every hope that that window can be used for the IPL. Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones feels that this break will prove beneficial for Dhoni.

Dhoni doing farming in farm house

  • Dhoni doing farming in farm house

    IPL team Chennai Super Kings captain Dhoni is with the family at his farm house in Ranchi from lockdown. He had already bought a tractor for farming at the farm house shortly before. Now this tractor is being used by Dhoni for organic farming.

  • Dhoni was seen driving a tractor
  • Dhoni's tractor is about 8 lakhs

    In the video, Dhoni is seen driving a tractor alone. It reads as a caption, 'Dhoni doing organic farming in his farm house in Ranchi.' Dhoni bought Mahindra's Swaraj 963 FE tractor which is worth around 8 lakhs.

  • Dhoni recently bought a tractor
  • Anand Mahindra also praised
  • Dhoni was also seen having fun with Jeeva in Ranchi

He told our colleague Times of India.com, 'It seems that Indian selectors Rishabh Pant and KL Rahul are going to get a chance at the moment. If Dhoni performs brilliantly in IPL, it will be difficult for both of them but if he does not do well then maybe the door may be closed for him.

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Jones added, 'This break could be a great one for Dhoni. In fact, the break has been good enough for him if he wants to make a comeback. I believe it is more difficult to come back after the break as you get older. '

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When Dhoni made his return to the Chennai Super Kings camp, the fans raised hopes that if he does well in the IPL, he can be back in Team India. Head coach Ravi Shastri also said that if Dhoni does better in the IPL, then his team can be back in India. At the same time, former Chief Selector MSK Prasad said that Dhoni will have to prove himself for the comeback.

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Jones, who has scored over 9000 runs with 11 Tests and 7 ODI centuries in his career, said, “He (Dhoni) is a superstar. He is 'great'. I have always felt with great people that they have to let them do what they want to do. '

Some cricketers targeted Dhoni

  • Some cricketers targeted Dhoni

    Former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni led Team India to many important victories, winning ODIs and T20 World Cups but now some former cricketers targeted him that he was not supported.

  • The coach told Irfan - some things are not in my hand

    Former cricketer Irfan Pathan told a channel that he did not get much support from the coach and captain. Even when he questioned the then coach Gary Kirsten for not getting a chance in the team, he said that all is doing well, but some things are not in my hands.

  • 'Dhoni made a decision 3 years ago not to give chance in World Cup'

    Former opener Gautam Gambhir recently claimed that Dhoni had decided in the year 2012 that he, Virender Sehwag and veteran Sachin Tendulkar would not play together in the 2015 World Cup. Gambhir said that there were reports in the media that our fielding was not good, so it was decided. Then Sehwag and Gambhir did not get a place in the 2015 World Cup.

  • 'Raina was Dhoni's favorite player'

    Yuvraj Singh, one of India's legendary cricketers, recently said that during the 2011 World Cup, Dhoni had to face selection difficulties when he had to choose between him, Yusuf Pathan and Suresh Raina in the playing XI. Yuvi had said that Raina was Dhoni's favorite player and he was always supported. He said that Raina was not in rhythm before the 2011 World Cup, yet he was given a chance in the team.

  • Dhoni did not even talk before dropping: Sehwag

    Former opener Virender Sehwag had claimed that Mahendra Singh Dhoni had not spoken to him even once before he was dropped from the team in the 2011-12 CB Series. He had said that he was called a slow fielder in the media, but Dhoni never told him anything in front.

  • Dhoni's fans have some other opinion

    There is no shortage of fans of this former captain and he says that even if Dhoni did it, for the good of the team. They believe that India won 2 World Cups under the captaincy of Dhoni, in such a situation, when the result was good, then how to question them. At the same time, some believe that Dhoni spoiled the career of some such cricketers.

The BCCI also dropped him from the Central Contract List in January this year. When Dhoni decided that he no longer wanted to continue playing the Test, he announced his retirement to Australia when he was captaining during the 2014 Test series.

Regarding the 'finisher', Jones said, 'India's biggest problem is still a finisher. Who is your finisher? Hearty Pandya – Yes. Just you need balance. ' Dhoni is also called Mr. Finisher and has played a key role in winning the match many times.

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