MS Dhoni Responds To Indian Cricketer Ajit Agarkar’s Criticism
MS Dhoni, who won the 2007 inaugural World T20 as captain with youngsters along with him and 2011 ODI World Cup. Struggled to get going from the word go in his last few appearances in T20 format. Few former Indian cricketers, including Ajit Agarkar, recently raised questions about Dhoni’s T20 future, which created a lot of storm in cricketing circle. Former right handed batsmen VVS Laxman also had same views on MS Dhoni’s T20 future.
However Mahendra singh Dhoni who has won two World cups for Indian cricket Team. 2007 Inaugural World T20 and 2011 ODI World cup. Has responded to reporters in his own style.
“Everybody has views in life and it should be respected, ” MS said when he was asked to comment on Agarkar’s remarks.
MS still finds enough motivation wearing Indian colors. You have seen cricketers who are not god gifted with cricketing brains. but even then they have gone far, MS Dhoni spoke to the reports on the launch of his global cricket academy. His first international academy, in association with Dubai- Based pacific ventures.
“I was always so engaged in the process that I never took the burden of thinking what if the results don’t go my way”. I have always played according to the situation I go to bat in whether it’s 14 runs’s needed or runs needed.
In front of excited kids and their children. MS Dhoni recommended not to try the helicopter shot as they could get injured playing it. MS learned this shot while playing tennis ball cricket on the roads of India. It is difficult as in tennis ball cricket even it’s hit from the toe of the bat still travels a lot. But in normal cricket it has to be hit from the middle of the bat.