‘I understand Lockdown has made people mentally unstable!’- this came from wife of MS Dhoni, just before midnight yesterday. Sakshi Dhoni was exasperated over repeated rumours and supposition about the cricketing fate of her husband. After a while, Sakshi removed the tweet which she shouldn’t have, if these experts are so overt with their totally baseless reckoning then she has the right to speak in support of her husband.
Now, unstable is a person who does not have fixed patterns, he is disposed to swopping outlooks and from time to time becomes hysterical. Twitter has its own share of uncertainty. #DhoniRetitries was trending last night, things underwent a change in few hours and #DhoniNeverTries started trending.
Fans, pundits, and cricket fraternity are going on talking about the future of MS Dhoni, everyone has their own story to tell or actually the same story with different narative. The ideal reply was given by former Indian cricketer Ajit Agarkar.
"If someone is not playing cricket then there is no point giving opinion on them or discussing about. I know people discuss about Dhoni because he has not retired and he has not playing also," Agarkar had recently said.
It is not difficult to frame question regarding Dhoni’s career, it is even more easier to answer it and become a headline. MS Dhoni was getting all set for the IPL, he was displaying the exuberance of youth in the time of practice sessions however the pandemic called forth change in plans. It is same for everybody. Therefore why all the rumours about him?
Nevertheless, MS Dhoni after being victim of a trending rumour on Wednesday got reprieve from Twitter users on Thursday as #DhoniNeverTires started trending in the support of the World Cup winning skipper. Many fans tweeted and shared facts, records and pictures of MSD and showered their love and Praise on the wickeetkeeper batsman.
We, hope this will put a smile on the face of MS Dhoni and his family. The 38-year-old last featured for the men in blue in a World Cup semifinal match against New Zealand. When the time is right he might again play for India or may not. It is his life and he has been our captain for a long time. Its time to leave the captain alone. At last it is his decision what matters the most.