The 38-year-old legend’s inaccessibility for the forthcoming visit settles on Rishabh Pant the main decision for the wicketkeeper in every one of the three organizations.
As indicated by a report by India Today, previous Indian cricket group chief, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made himself “inaccessible” for the following two months to serve his parachute regiment. Dhoni made this responsibility before the Cricket World Cup 2019 and thus won’t be a piece of the West Indies visit.
A privileged Lieutenant Colonel in the Parachute Regiment of the Territorial Army, Dhoni educated the Board regarding Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) about this on July 20, 2019
“We would like to clarify three things. MS Dhoni is not retiring from cricket right now. He is taking a two-month sabbatical to serve his paramilitary regiment which he had committed much earlier. We have now intimated his decision to skipper Virat Kohli and chairman of selectors MSK Prasad,” a senior BCCI authority told PTI on Saturday.
The multi year-old legend’s inaccessibility for the up and coming visit settles on Rishabh Pant the main decision for wicketkeeper in each of the three arrangements.
India will play three T20 Internationals, the same number of ODIs and two Tests in the visit beginning August 3.