A 21-day lockdown has been declared across India at this time due to the coronavirus. Because of this, it remains suspense on organizing IPL this year. The board decided to postpone the IPL event until 15 April. Everyone is eyeing this tournament as the future of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni depends on this event.
MS Dhoni, who is constantly out of the Indian cricket team, will be able to make a comeback or not depends on the IPL. The team’s coach, captain, and even the new chief selector have given the same indication that Dhoni’s performance in the tournament will help him make a comeback in the T20 World Cup in Australia.
Dhoni’s childhood coach Keshav Banerjee said that even if the IPL is not done, he should get a chance to return. Keshav said, “Looking at the current situation, it is difficult for the IPL to be held, so we will have to wait for the decision of the BCCI. This will certainly make his (Dhoni) situation more difficult but my Six Sense is telling me that he will be given a chance in the World cup which will be his last chance.”
Dhoni was practicing with Chennai Super Kings to prepare for the IPL. Due to Corona, it was decided to close the training camp after which Dhoni returned to Ranchi. Keshav further said, “I last spoke to him when he returned from Chennai. I am constantly in touch with his parents. He is training his fitness and is fully fit. “