Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones has seen Mahendra Singh Dhoni play from shut quarters for the latter’s total profession span. Jones has been a cricket commentator and pundit throughout worldwide matches and within theIPL and that has helped him analyse Dhoni’s sport intently and he can’t watch for the previous India captain to take to the sphere throughout the IPL in UAE after a protracted hiatus from cricket.
“Look I am a huge MS Dhoni fan. I think he is among the top 6 greatest cricketers of all time for India. If he has a good IPL and the other boys don’t then come the World Cup he might be looked at.
“So, it’s a big opportunity and knowing MS he will prepare himself to absolute perfection to get himself ready for this and I hope he does well,” Jones advised Hindustan Times throughout an unique dialog.
Jones believes Dhoni has the uncommon skill of holding the viewers on tenterhooks as a consequence of his unpredictability each as a pacesetter and as a batsman and that is what makes him an entertainer.
“What he does is he makes past players like myself and people to just move forward in their seats and watch how he goes about his cricket. There aren’t too many players who could do that. If you have gone to watch a match and MS is playing, people are always on the edge of their seats because they don’t know what he is going to do next.
“He is a great entertainer and I hope he will have a great IPL because I am looking forward to how he plays,” Jones mentioned.
Asked about his favorite MS Dhoni second, Deano spoke about the time when Pakistan’s former President General Pervez Musharraf complimented the wicket-keeper batsman on his lengthy hair.
“Probably the hair cut in Pakistan. I was commentating and President Musharraf told him to keep the hair cut and said he looked good in it. He is that style of player that even presidents and prime ministers talk about him because he really captivates everyone,” Jones mentioned.
Dhoni is anticipated to guide Chennai Super Kings within the IPL that begins within the UAE from September 19. He has led the staff to 3 titles and 5 runners-up finishes. He misplaced one other last with Rising Pune Supergiant.