In fourth episode of Yorked, a Firstpost cricket podcast, we stick our necks out and discuss the dreaded R-word: How do cricketers pencil in on retirement?
We know goodbyes can be extremely emotional, all the more for international sportspersons, because for most of them, their job – play their sport – has been the only thing they have known for all their life and coming to terms with its end can be very stressful.
One of India's most celebrated and certainly the most scrutinised cricketer, MS Dhoni, at 38, is now considered on the last legs of his illustrious international career.
Dhoni, who for years now has been an embodiment of calm and composure on the field, is confronting the inevitable query of retirement.
The man who led India to two World Cup triumphs is – as things stand – no longer a part of selectors' scheme of things. Nobody knows what's next in store for Dhoni, giving rise to a lot of conjecture. His retirement has been one of the most divisive topics off late and to explore more on the same, n
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There’s no doubt that Dhoni brings a lot to the table with his experience and his presence in the dressing room will be beneficial for the team.
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While Kohli has maintained that he would remain captain in the other two formats, one can't say with absolute certainty that he will be India's 50-over skipper going into the 2023 World Cup at home.