With cricket coming to a standstill, the gamers — each, present and former are taking it to social media to speak about life within the recreation and past. Whereas some cricketers are conducting their very own stay classes, many are additionally taking part in stay interviews.
In a single such interview with Aakash Chopra, former Indian pacer Ashish Nehra talked about MS Dhoni.
A lot has been mentioned concerning the former Indian captain over the previous 12 months — ever since he made his closing look for India within the 2019 World Cup. Whereas his future has been talked about considerably, many former cricketers additionally look again at Dhoni’s extremely profitable profession with the Indian group.
Nehra, in dialog with Chopra, talked about Dhoni’s availability to every of his gamers. He mentioned that the previous Indian captain was all the time open for a chat together with his teammates and his resort room would all the time be open for them after the video games.
“Folks assume that Dhoni would not speak a lot. That isn’t the case. His room would stay open within the night time after matches. Anybody may stroll in, order meals and focus on cricket,” Nehra mentioned whereas talking to former India opener Aakash Chopra on his present ‘Aakash Vani’.
“Be it in CSK or within the Indian group, Dhoni would move on the message on what he thinks a participant must do throughout a dialog and that might be sufficient for the gamers to get the drift,” added Nehra who performed plenty of cricket underneath Dhoni’s captaincy each for India and at Chennai Tremendous Kings within the Indian Premier League (IPL).”
Nehra additionally spoke on former India captain and present Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly, saying he was a pacesetter who used to again his gamers to the hilt.
“Dhoni had senior gamers round him when he took over and the problem was easy methods to handle them. Dada had a group of juniors and he backed them to the hilt. He would go all out to again his gamers,”
(With inputs from IANS)