Mahendra Singh Dhoni, on Sunday, left the Chennai Tremendous Kings coaching camp following the suspension of the 13th version of Indian Premier League (IPL) until April 15 within the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dhoni, who had arrived in Chennai for CSKâs preparatory camp early this month, left the bottom in entrance of his cheering followers.
âIt has change into your own home, sir!â Maintain whistling, as #Thala Dhoni bids a brief adieu to #AnbuDen,â Chennai Tremendous Kings wrote on its Twitter deal with together with a brief video.
The video confirmed followers lining as much as catch a glimpse of Dhoni as he signed autographs and interacted with the followers.
The BCCI, on Friday, postponed the beginning of this 12 monthsâs IPL from March 29 to April 15 in wake of the pandemic, which has prompted huge upheaval throughout the globe.
On Saturday, the BCCI and the eight IPL group house owners met in Mumbai to debate the varied choices after government-imposed journey restrictions and refusal of three states to host any matches compelled the postponement of the cash-rich T20 event.
Dhoni, 38, hasnât performed any type of cricket since that includes in Indiaâs semifinal loss to New Zealand on the 50-over World Cup in England final 12 months.
There was a variety of hypothesis over Dhoniâs worldwide future forward of this 12 monthsâs T20 World Cup in Australia, with some saying it’s going to depend upon his efficiency within the IPL-13.