MS Dhoni was at the center of it all in the bygone IPL season in Dubai. Chennai Super Kings had their worst season this year as they finished seventh in the points table. Dhoni also had his worst IPL season with the bat. Meanwhile, after the IPL, he was spotted in Dubai enjoying some quality time out with family.
Initially, the former India cricketer returned to India with the entire Chennai Super Kings squad after they bowed out of IPL 2020. He was even seen attending a gym session in Ranchi – his hometown. A week later MS Dhoni has now once again travelled to UAE to spend time with his family.
Dhoni was recently spotted in Dubai where he has been holidaying with his wife Sakshi and daughter Ziva. Recently, Sakshi took to her Instagram account to post a picture of Ziva and Dhoni together.
Watch the pictures here:
MS Dhoni Quality Time With family in Dubai
Meanwhile, MS Dhoni confirmed that he will be playing another IPL season with CSK in their last IPL game this year. Meanwhile, various cricket experts have been opining on what went wrong with Dhoni and CSK this season.
One of those experts includes former Indian opener Aakash Chopra who said that CSK should release the former Indian skipper if there is a mega auction ahead of the next season.
“I think CSK should release MS Dhoni going into the mega auction, if there is a mega auction then you will be with that player for three years. But will Dhoni stay with you for three years? I am not saying don’t keep Dhoni, he will play the next IPL, but if you keep him as a retained player but you will have to pay Rs 15 crore,” said Chopra in a video posted on his Facebook account.
Aakash Chopra further said that CSK should leave out Ambati Rayudu, Murali Vijay and Kedar Jadhav before heading into the next IPL season. All three of them did not have a good outing in the latest edition of the cash-rich tournament.
“I think this team should say goodbye to Kedar Jadhav. And I won’t be surprised if they discontinue with Murali Vijay as well,” said Chopra in a video on his official Facebook page.