MS Dhoni will once again be playing as Chennai Super Kings aim to defend their championship and secure back-to-back titles. Michael Hussey, who used to play for CSK and now works as part of their coaching staff, spilled the beans about MS Dhoni’s preparations for the upcoming IPL 2024. He revealed that Dhoni has begun getting ready for the upcoming IPL 2024.
Michael Hussey Gave A Big Update On MS Dhoni Ahead Of IPL 2024
Hussey talked about Dhoni and the IPL while chatting with Mark Howard and Adam Gilchrist during the second T20I match between Australia and the West Indies at the Adelaide Oval. He said:
“Looking forward to the IPL, it is a great tournament, it really is. The best players from all around the world, the best Indian players playing. It is incredible to be a part of it. The crowds are unbelievable, the noise they make, the atmosphere at the grounds.,”
He added: “Yes, MS Dhoni is back. He’d be hitting the balls in the nets already, I reckon,”
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Michael Hussey, Adam Gilchrist and Mark Howard talking about MS Dhoni – Unreal Influence 🐐🔥pic.twitter.com/S8q3xSmfQ5
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Former Australian great Adam Gilchrist also joined the conversation and he talked about MS Dhoni’s new bat sticker.
“Saw him hitting some balls the other day in the nets with a new bat sticker on his bat, just a local sports store of one of his school mate’s. Must have said I’ll whack your company name on my bat to give your store a boost,”
For the unversed, recently, the captain of CSK was spotted practicing with a bat that had a Prime Sports sticker on it. Prime Sports is a company owned by MS Dhoni’s childhood friend Paramjit Singh. Paramjit had a significant impact on Dhoni’s early cricket journey, which played a crucial role in shaping his future. Paramjit’s shop is situated in Ranchi, and pictures from the practice session quickly spread across the internet.
MS Dhoni with the ‘Prime Sports’ sticker bat. It is owned by his friend.
MS thanking him for all his help during the early stage of his career. pic.twitter.com/sYtcGE6Qal
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