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MS Dhoni is away from Team India due to this, big disclosure happened

MS Dhoni is away from Team India due to this, big disclosure happened
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Skc news : Indian fans cannot forget Mahendra Singh Dhoni's run-out against New Zealand in the semi-finals of the World Cup 2019, as that few inches gap blew all of India's hopes. It was believed that the Indian team would reach the final and it would be MS Dhoni's last One Day International match, but the Indian team was eliminated from the tournament after losing in the semi-finals.

After this, it was being said that 38-year-old Mahendra Singh Dhoni could declare his retirement, but he kept distance from cricket and did not declare retirement. After the World Cup, he joined the Indian Army as a Lieutenant Colonel in Jammu and Kashmir where he did 15 days of patrolling and guard duty along with training. However, it has now been revealed that why Dhoni is away from the Indian team and international cricket ?

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Dhoni is not playing 3 consecutive series

After the World Cup, Dhoni was not available for two consecutive series. After this, Mahi has not declared herself available for selection for the T20 series against Bangladesh. It is being said that he can retire from international cricket and will not be seen in the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia next year, but the real reason behind why he is away from cricket has been revealed by the English website.

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This is the big reason

It is being said in reports that Dhoni has wrist as well as back injury, due to which he is away from cricket. He had a back problem during IPL 2019, due to which he also missed a match. Meanwhile, he underwent treatment and went out to play the World Cup. The injury was aggravated during the World Cup. At the same time, Dhoni also suffered injuries in the wrist. So they are not able to play cricket.

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