MS Dhoni leaves Chennai Super Kings trainning camp after IPL’S suspension

Pandemic crisis sends the King representing IPL team Chennai
to return on April 15th. MS Dhoni the skipper of Chennai Super Kings
left Chennai due to the suspension of IPL games, which is to begin
from March 29th in the Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. One of the
major sports earners, the Indian Premier League, had turned
maximum crowds to the stadium. 
Being the first team and the season openers, Mahendra Singh
Dhoni, the Chennai Super Kings captain, had spotted practicing for
the 2020 IPL matches. The camp’s practice session, which is to begin
on 19th March, and the skipper picking the bat after One-Day World
Cup, and chasing boundaries, had boosted the crowds in the stadium
who came to witness the session. Along with MS Dhoni some of the
team members like Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, Piyush Chawla,
and a few others were also seen with the bats, knee-pad, and ball in
the stadium.
On the twitter page of Chennai’s IPL team, mentioning that
Chennai has become home for the IPL captain, a message had
posted. The BCCI had decided to converse with fellow IPL teams
about the travel and scheduling of matches. Mahendra
Singh Dhoni’s play on IPL season 13, will lead to the confirmation
of the player being named in the list of the T20 International World
Cup 2020 matches. Now with the threat, ODI matches have
postponed, and the dates are yet to confirm in the future.

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