The Indian Premier League (IPL) was considered by a great deal of cricket fans to be the ideal stage for MS Dhoni's rebound however the Coronavirus pandemic has prompted the season being delayed to April 15. The previous Indian cricket crew captain was out of activity since the ICC World Cup 2019 and his much anticipated return was an uncommon fascination for specialists and fans the same. The other significant explanation for the expectation encompassing his arrival was the way that a decent show in the competition would have ensured his spot in the T20 World Cup crew.
While the season is postponed for now, previous India opener Aakash Chopra accepts that Dhoni needn't bother with the IPL to make his worldwide rebound as he realizes what he is doing.
"For a player like Dhoni, IPL was never going to be a measuring stick. On the off chance that he had scored runs in the IPL, specialists would have been similar to 'select Dhoni', 'do this and do that'. MS Dhoni recognizes what he is doing, regardless of whether he needs to return or not," Aakash Chopra said in a YouTube video.
"IPL, I don't believe was a basic factor. On the off chance that he needs to return, he will make himself accessible, if the selectors choose to pick him, he will be picked naturally in light of the fact that you won't get involvement with grocery stores.
"Dhoni is a massively experienced player. On the off chance that India needs MS Dhoni, at that point with or without IPL, he will return."
Three-time victors Chennai Super Kings had suspended their camp on Saturday, after which their charm Dhoni left the city. The establishment proprietors are trusting that on the off chance that the IPL begins on April 15, the state governments, which have denied authorization for matches, will be prepared to give the green light should the circumstance improves.