Virender Sehwag is upset that MS Dhoni was asked whether the IPL in 2023 will be his final season.
Virender Sehwag, a former opener for the Indian cricket team, expressed his irritation at MS Dhoni's frequent inquiries about his possible retirement from the sport following the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL). Danny Morrison, a commentator, questioned Dhoni if this was his last season before their match against the Lucknow Super Giants, but the Chennai Super Kings captain deftly sidestepped the topic by noting that it was something that the experts, not him, were saying. Even if it is his final year, Dhoni shouldn't continually have to respond to these inquiries, according to Sehwag. He will announce his decision when the time is appropriate.
I simply don't comprehend why people even inquire. Why do you have to ask the player if this is his final year, even if it is? Let him make that decision; it is his. Perhaps all he wanted was confirmation from Dhoni that this was, in fact, his final season. Only MS Dhoni knows if this is his final season or not," Sehwag said on Cricbuzz.
As their Indian Premier League match was postponed on Wednesday due to rain in this location, Lucknow Super Giants and Chennai Super Kings were forced to split the points.
After the home team had made 125 for seven in 19.2 overs when rain stopped play, even the minimum five overs of the CSK innings were not possible due to the constant rain lashing the Ekana Stadium.
The lone highlight of the host team's otherwise lacklustre performance came from LSG middle-order batsman Ayush Badoni's unbeaten 59 (33 balls; 2x4s, 4x6), while Chennai Super Kings' Moeen Ali (2/13) and Maheesh Theekshana (2/37) excelled by making quick inroads.
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Due to a soggy outfield, there was a 15-minute delay in the start of the game. The match was then called off due to rain again in the final over of the first inning.