It feels like he ‘Just Doesn’t Age’: Watson on MS Dhoni


Previous Australia all-rounder Shane Watson is a fundamental piece of the Chennai Super Kings outfit and the brawny Aussie is ready for another break at the competition that had restored his profession route in 2008. He has exceeded expectations under the administration of MS Dhoni at CSK and accepts that the previous India skipper despite everything has a ton to offer on the cricketing field.

“MS despite everything adores playing. He is an evergreen cricketer, and it feels like the doesn’t age. See, with the aptitudes he has and the hard yards he places in, MS can play into his 40s,” Watson revealed to The Times of India in a meeting.

Dhoni will be back in actual life in the IPL after a break of over a year from serious cricket. He last played a serious match in the 2019 ICC World Cup, when India had lost in the semi-last of the competition to New Zealand. From that point forward there has been a hypothesis about Dhoni’s future, with many saying that he has maybe played his last match in an India pullover. Yet Watson accepts something else. “MS has had the option to deal with his body well. How he can run reliably and exhibit aptitudes for the stumps is mind-blowing. I am a major enthusiast of MS and would need to see him keep playing whether it’s for CSK or universally,” Watson said.

Watson had won the IPL with Rajasthan Royals in the lady season in 2008, assuming an urgent job with both bat and ball. He assumed a featuring job for CSK as an opener in the 2018 season, which helped Dhoni’s group win the title for the third time. He was persuasive last season. However, CSK lost the last to Mumbai Indians by a lone run.