MS Dhoni and Ziva are winning on the World Wide Web. Making the best of his free time, Dhoni has all his focus on Ziva and this moment, Dhoni is learning how to dance out of his small daughter.
Dhoni is now on a break after he was not chosen in India’s Twenty20 International group in the series against the Windies and Australia. Dhoni will join Team India in Australia for the ODI series in January.
Meanwhile, Dhoni has decided to let Ziva be his dancing teacher while the former India captain followed his daughter step by step.
At a movie shared by Dhoni, he could be viewed fitting steps with Ziva since the small one performs some adorable moves and asks Dhoni to accompany her. Dhoni, assessing his Manchester United jersey, cannot stop grinning as he dances alongside his daughter.
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Dhoni, who had been accompanied by wife Sakshi Dhoni, stole the limelight with his bromance with all the India all-rounder.
After Sakshi transferred out of the framework, shortly after being asked by the photographers to get a present, Dhoni invited Hardik to shoot his arm in a funny moment.
Speaking about the former India captain’s significance to India, former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming reported that Dhoni’s power is immeasurable and the former India captain needs to have the confidence to go and play as he did at the IPL.
Dhoni took part in the men’s doubles category using a neighborhood tennis player Sumit Kumar and won the last 6-3, 6-3 in straight sets.
In terms of cricket and Dhoni, there have been calls for the Indian wicketkeeper to play domestic cricket so as to prepare for the World Cup in England next year, in which he’s practically a certainty.
Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings’s trainer Stephen Fleming advised Dhoni to free his head and play with confidence in order to conceal his exploits of IPL 2018.
“I believe India have sufficient options within their squad to include Dhoni since his strength is immeasurable. Watching him in the last IPL, his batting was as excellent as it’s been,” Fleming told Gulf news.
“He wants to get the confidence to really go and perform like that at the One Day Internationals and that I feel that the big stage is something he’s looking ahead,” he added.