Chennai Super Kings mentor Stephen Fleming realized that Mahendra Singh Dhoni needed to play the 2019 World Cup yet he isn't sure if the previous India chief will keep playing worldwide cricket after that.
There have been solid signs that the World Cup in England could be Dhoni's universal swansong yet CSK mentor needs him to proceed for somewhere around one more year.
"I don't have the foggiest idea," was Fleming's answer when asked to what extent he expects Dhoni to proceed.
"I unquestionably was trusting that he would break through to the World Cup. What he needs to do after that I don't know. We haven't had those discourses. The greater part of the talk was around whether he would make it to the World Cup. He addressed that pretty determinedly over the most recent a year," Fleming said.
"I would love him to carry on for Chennai till the finish of this cycle and we will at that point evaluate. Be that as it may, it's an inquiry for him and his inspiration. He is playing admirably, driving great, is by all accounts getting a charge out of well. With the goal that's three key factors that will keep him in the diversion for long time," the previous New Zealand chief said.
With Rishabh Pant having a prompt effect in the opening diversion, there will be designs set up for the skilled left-hander yet spotlight would not be simply on him.
"You need to regard such a large number of players in the competition and he is one of them. There are additionally others in their group and you have to guarantee that you don't over-plan," said Fleming in front of their IPL conflict against Delhi Capitals.
"Gasp is an extraordinary youthful prospect, who played flawlessly against a portion of the world's best bowlers a few evenings ago. Be that as it may, at that point you can't put a lot of accentuation on one player. You have to focus on your players. It's fine to distinguish shortcoming in others and wed it up with your range of abilities. In any case, at that point you need aptitudes to misuse it." Harbhajan Singh did well against RCB and with numerous left-handers in Delhi Capitals, the job of the spinners will be noteworthy said Fleming.
"It (pitch) is sensibly dry and the way that we use spinners as a strategy will be under thought. One of the extraordinary difficulties is to get the mix right. We will invest a ton of energy conversing with MS and be as exact as we can with our strategy. We are quite traditionalist with our mix in Chennai yet each time we move far from Chennai, it relies upon blend," said Fleming.