Over the years, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been sensational for Indian cricket across the formats with his leadership skills and batting display. During the time, he not only raised the bar of the Indian team but also made the people of his state proud. Speaking of the same, Ram Nath Kovind showered words of praise on MS Dhoni in the recent meet at Ranchi.
MS Dhoni met me at Raj Bhavan yesterday – Ram Nath Kovind
He shared his views on recent meet with MS Dhoni to the students of Ranchi University. Ram Nath quoted that Dhoni has made his state proud by representing India in the world cricket across the formats. Further, he went on to ask students to take MS Dhoni as their role-model to achieve greater heights in their careers.
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“MS Dhoni met me at Raj Bhavan yesterday (Sunday) as a courtesy call. I felt good. I told him he maintains a low profile but people are fond of him as he is talented,” the President said while addressing students during the 33rd convocation of the Ranchi University.
“His talent reflects the talent of Jharkhand. MS Dhoni has made Ranchi famous in the world of cricket,” he added.
On the work front, MS Dhoni is currently on a sabbatical leave following the conclusion of the ICC World Cup 2019. During the course of time, he worked for the Indian Army and later, went on to represent India in Golf Tournament held in The USA.
Recently, he also confirmed to the board regarding his unavailability of him until November. In the meantime, the reports suggest that he has got a hairline fracture in his right thumb.
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It means that MS Dhoni would represent India again when Bangladesh tour India for a short series. As CSK official confirmed MSD’s availability for the upcoming IPL 2020, it is safe to say that he is nowhere near to his retirement from international cricket.