IPL 2023: “What more do we want from him” – Kapil Dev Comments On MS Dhoni’s Potential Retirement

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The Indian cricket legend Kapil Dev has shared his take on MS Dhoni’s future in the IPL. Dhoni is playing in the ongoing 16th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023. While the former Indian skipper is not planning to retire anytime soon, the fans have been speculating if Dhoni will be playing after the ongoing edition of the IPL. Virender Sehwag and Kevin Pietersen also shared their thoughts on the matter. Even Dhoni’s former CSK teammate Michael Hussey opened up on Dhoni’s potential retirement.

The CSK skipper was all geared up with his troops to take on the defending champions in the summit clash of the IPL 2023 on Sunday, May 28 but persistent rain pushed the fixture into its reserve day (Monday, May 29).

Kapil Dev opens up on MS Dhoni

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During the rain delay on Sunday, India legend and the 1983 World Cup-winning skipper Kapil Dev gave his take on Dhoni’s potential IPL retirement. While speaking to ABP News during the rain break, Kapil lauded Dhoni for leading the team into the finals of the 16th edition of the IPL and also mentioned that the four-time IPL champion is not going to play all his life.

“He has been playing IPL for 15 years. Why is it that we are only talking about Dhoni? He has done his work. What more do we want from him? Do we want him to play all his life? That is not going to happen. We should instead be thankful that he played for 15 years. Whether he plays next year or not, before departing he has played impressively. He may not have scored big runs but he led the team to the final and it shows what is the importance of a skipper in the game of cricket,” said Kapil.

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