Chennai: Cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday said his last T20, apparently in the Indian Premier League (IPL) could be in this city, but did not specify any time frame about a possible retirement from the cash-rich tournament.
The former India captain was speaking at a felicitation function organised for CSK for winning the 2021 edition of IPL. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin presided over the function.
Dhoni said he always planned his cricket and recalled he played his last ODI in his home town Ranchi.
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"Hopefully my last T20 will be in Chennai... whether next year or in five years, we don't think about it," he said.
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Former Indian batsman Virender Sehwag shared the clip and stated the clip was 'as good as Dhoni's helicopter shot'
The Ahmedabad IPL franchise on predictable lines have signed Hardik Pandya and Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan but preferred young India opener Shubman Gill for the upcoming season of Indian Premier League.
"Total of 1,214 players (896 Indian and 318 overseas players) have signed up to be part of the IPL 2022 Player Auction," the IPL said in a statement on Saturday.