Senior cricket administrator Rajiv Shukla says that Dhoni still has a lot of cricket left. But he has to decide for himself about his retirement. Shukla said- Dhoni is a great player and he still has a lot of cricket left. The former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman said that it is the BCCI's stated policy on any player that it is for him to decide when he will retire from cricket.
Significantly, Dhoni has retired from Test cricket. But in the limited-overs format, the 38-year-old wicketkeeper continues to speculate about the batsman's future. Dhoni, the captain of the India team that won the world title twice, is on a break since India's exit from the 2019 World Cup in England. Dhoni is expected to return to the IPL starting in late March where he will take over the captaincy of Chennai Super Kings (CSK).
Asked about the extradition of alleged international cricket bookie Sanjeev Chawla to India from the UK on Thursday, Shukla said in a balanced response that the police is investigating the case. The law will do its job. On a question, he said that the calendar of international cricket matches should be prepared in such a way that the players can get enough rest between the two events.