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Should MS Dhoni come out of retirement for the World Cup 2023?

Team India: For the ODI World Cup team, till now the situation of suspense is being seen regarding which player Team India will hand over the responsibility of wicketkeeping.

Should MS Dhoni Take Back Retirement:  It will not be an easy task for the Indian team selectors to find answers to many questions before selecting the upcoming ODI World Cup team. The problem of number-4 where it is being seen for the last many years. At the same time, there is a state of suspense regarding which player will appear in the role of the main wicketkeeper in the World Cup. In such a situation, the fans are now demanding Dhoni’s return to international cricket.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, a cricketing legend, last represented Team India during the 2019 ODI World Cup on the international stage. Following this, in August 2020, he made the significant announcement of his retirement. Throughout the 2019 World Cup, Dhoni managed to secure two half-century innings with his bat. However, post that tournament, his appearances have been limited to the Indian Premier League (IPL). Given this focus on IPL and the considerable gap from international matches, the prospect of Dhoni making a comeback to international cricket seems increasingly unlikely.

 

Rishabh Pant injured
Ace Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is injured

 

With Rishabh Pant injured and Lokesh Rahul’s fitness still uncertain, everyone is curious about who will take up the wicketkeeping role in the big upcoming cricket event. The name that’s standing out in this race is Ishaan Kishan.

Ishaan Kishan has been making waves recently with his impressive performances. He’s not just good behind the stumps with quick reflexes and agility, but he’s also a powerful hitter with the bat. He’s been shining both in domestic and international matches and now, with Pant out and Rahul’s situation unclear, all eyes are on Kishan.

The upcoming mega event is a big deal, and the selectors have a crucial decision to make. Bringing in Kishan could give the team not only a strong batter but also a dependable wicketkeeper. This would make the team more balanced and versatile.

As we eagerly wait for the selectors’ call, it’s clear that Ishaan Kishan has become a strong contender. His skills and adaptability might just shape the course of the entire tournament. Let’s see how things unfold in this exciting chapter of Indian cricket.

Ishaan showed better performance with the bat on West Indies tour

Ishaan Kishan has taken the forefront in the contention for a spot as the wicketkeeper in the upcoming ODI World Cup team. His recent standout performances during the West Indies tour garnered significant attention, particularly his impressive batting displays. Operating as an opening batsman, Kishan consistently achieved half-century innings across all three matches.

Given his remarkable consistency and performance, Kishan appears to be the strongest candidate for Team India’s wicketkeeper role. The timing aligns well, with the ODI World Cup looming, and the lack of a more suitable option makes his inclusion a compelling choice.

Furthermore, the forthcoming Asia Cup presents a strategic opportunity for the team management to evaluate Kishan’s versatility in the middle order. As anticipation builds, it’s evident that Ishaan Kishan’s exceptional performances could potentially shape Team India’s prospects in the imminent ODI World Cup.

 

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