Dhoni will stay away from cricket till November, Vijay Hazare will not play in Trophy also
New Delhi: Former Indian captain and veteran wicketkeeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni will stay away from cricket till November of this year. MS Dhoni (MS Dhoni) has been out of Team India since the ICC World Cup. When Team India was on the West Indies tour, they were giving their services to the army. He then distanced himself from the ongoing series with South Africa. He is in Ranchi these days.
According to a Mumbai Mirror report, former captain MS Dhoni will now be out of the Vijay Hazare Trophy and the T20 domestic series against Bangladesh. The Indian team will play a Test series with South Africa in October. After this, the Bangladesh team will visit India. There will be matches between India and Bangladesh in November.
It is believed that Dhoni will now be available for team selection only in December. In December, India has to tour the West Indies, where it has to play three T20s and an ODI series of the same matches from December 6.
MS Dhoni has not appeared in the Indian team since the World Cup semi-finals played in England and now he will be away from cricket for almost six months due to not being available till November. Such news is coming about 37-year-old Dhoni when rumors are flying about his retirement.