Mahendra Singh Dhoni away from cricket after World Cup, now trying his hand in this game
Former captain of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has been away from international cricket since the World Cup, was seen playing billiards at the stadium of Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA).
Dhoni took a break from international cricket after the World Cup this year and also spent some time with the Army. It was then seen resting at the JSCA Indoor Campus.
Mahi will not return to international cricket before November this year. He did not even play in the West Indies round and the T20 series against South Africa.The extension of the break meant that he would not participate in the Vijay Hazare Trophy and T20 series against Bangladesh. He will be available in the home series against the West Indies in December.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 4876 runs in 144 innings of 90 Tests while remaining unbeaten 16 times. During this time he has scored 6 centuries, 33 half-centuries and 1 double century. If we talk about 350 ODIs, then Dhoni has scored 10773 runs while being unbeaten 84 times in it.
Mahi has spent 10 centuries and 73 fifty in ODIs. At the same time, in T20 98 matches, he has scored 1617 runs with the help of 2 half-centuries. Dhoni's performance in IPL has also been excellent. In his 190 matches, he has scored 4432 runs with the help of 23 half-centuries, not out 65 times.