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MS Dhoni at spotted Wimbledon; Birthday boy shares pics

MS Dhoni, who turned 41 on Thursday, continues to draw sizable crowds and is universally adored by his fans. The former captain of India was spotted watching tennis at Wimbledon 2022 on the eve of his 41st birthday.

Dhoni is depicted wearing black sunglasses and a grey blazer. He was seen relishing in the scene while sitting amid the crowd.

On their official Twitter account, Wimbledon posted a photo of Dhoni at the All England Club, which has now gained widespread attention. The tweet stated, “An Indian icon watching on India.”

Chennai Super Kings, four-time IPL champions, also posted the image with the message “Yellove All!”. Sunil Gavaskar, another legendary batsman, was also seen watching the game alongside Dhoni.

Wimbledon’s Twitter account shares MS Dhoni pic

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MS Dhoni’s career so far

The T20 World Cup (2007), ODI World Cup (2011), and Champions Trophy are the three ICC trophies that Dhoni has won, making him the only skipper in the history of the sport to do so (2013). India achieved the top rank in both the Test and ODI formats of the sport because to Dhoni’s leadership.

When he guided a young Indian team to victory in the first T20 World Cup in South Africa in 2007, he officially began serving as captain. He later rose to prominence as one of the sport’s most distinguished skippers.

During the 15th season of the Indian Premier League, Dhoni last participated in a game. In 2017, he resigned as the captain of India in all competitions, but he has continued to serve as Chennai Super Kings’ strong captain. 

After Ravindra Jadeja resigned as captain of the team, he took over as captain once more. The left-handed all-rounder took over as captain when MS Dhoni resigned two days before the start of the IPL 2022.

Along with Wimbledon, Chennai Super Kings also posted on this event

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Birthday boy’s comments on his future in cricket

“I’ll play next year for sure. It would be unfair to play in Chennai without giving the city a thank-you.

At the toss of the season’s final game against Rajasthan Royals, Dhoni observed, “It won’t be nice to the CSK fans. “We’ll have to wait and see if 2024 will be my final year or not.”

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