The Indian Premier League is growing in reputation with every passing season. There is hardly any cricketer who does not want to be part of the cash-rich tournament if given a choice. The tournament has firmly made India the cricketing superpower of the world. The T20 competition is breaking territorial barriers with the competition not only being broadcasted in several countries around the world but more and more countries being represented in the tournament itself.
Recently, Mikyo Dorji became the first cricketer from Bhutan to be part of the IPL Auctions. His name was listed among the players who will go under the hammer in the two-day event planned in Bengaluru on February 12 and 13. Later, Dorji took to Instagram to share a picture and a video of himself with the great man and Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni.
The Bhutan all-rounder revealed the advice he received from the four-time IPL champion skipper as he also shared a picture holding his Bhutan jersey autographed by MSD.
“Keep it simple. Focus more on the process and less on the results. If you get the process right you will get the result. And enjoy, don’t take too much pressure” Ever since the great MS Dhoni gave me this piece of advice, it has always stuck with me,” he captioned the picture and the short video.
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Meanwhile, it is being reported that Dhoni will continue as the Chennai Super Kings leader this year contrary to earlier reports which had claimed that Ravindra Jadeja could lead the team this year with Dhoni taking a backseat to allow the transition to happen before he hangs up his boots.
A CSK source himself rubbished those reports. “There have been no discussions regarding the matter. We will cross the bridge when the time comes. Dhoni is our captain. He is the first player of CSK and when he decides to step down, he will make that call. We are now focused on the auction,” the source was quoted as saying in an InsideSport report.
Meanwhile, the IPL 2022 is likely to commence in the last week of March. However, an official announcement is still awaited.