MS Dhoni breaks his comeback in Team India, will not play cricket yet

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has put an end to the ongoing speculation about the return to the Indian cricket team. During a program on Sunday, he made it clear that he is away from cricket till January. Dhoni has been away from cricket since the semifinal match against New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup.
It has been 5 months since that match and since then many things are being said about his future. There have been many reports about the return to Team India. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Indian team coach Ravi Shastri has made it clear that Dhoni's decision to play ahead will be entirely up to Dhoni.
Decide what to do in January,
Dhoni said on Sunday, 'I can say right now that there is no cricket till January. After a little practice session in Ranchi in January, I will decide what to do. Apart from playing in Jharkhand, I am getting some practice with my Under 23 team or Ranji team. But apart from that no other cricket.
Dhoni had already taken time till January,
MS Dhoni had said during a program recently that don't ask anything till January. He was questioned about playing in the T20 World Cup. At the same time, Team India coach Ravi Shastri said that the future of MS Dhoni will be decided after IPL 2020. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly had said that everything is fixed about Dhoni but not all things are done in public.
After the 2019 World Cup, there were reports of retirement. It was
being said about Dhoni that he will announce his retirement after the Cricket World Cup 2019 but it did not happen. MSK Prasad, who was the head of the selection committee of the Indian team, later told that Dhoni has asked to give opportunities to the youth. This included the decision to feed Rishabh Pant in limited-overs. But after Pant's failure in the T20 series against West Indies, South Africa, and Bangladesh, there was speculation that Dhoni might return.

Team India has been announced for the Under-19 World Cup to be held in South Africa next year. The BCCI has announced the squad for the Under-19 World Cup today. Priyam Garg has been given the command of the team. Priyam has made many achievements to India's youth team so far. At the same time, Dhura Chand Jural of Agra will take charge of the vice-captain as well as the wicketkeeper.
The young Indian player will go on to win the Under 19 World Cup title for the fifth time in South Africa between January 19 and February 7. The Indian team has so far won the Under 19 World Cup four times.

This time, 16 teams are participating in the Under-19 World Cup. The first match of the tournament will be held on 17 January and the final match will be played on 9 February. This time, India and Pakistan will not be seen in the league match of the World Cup. Because India has been placed in Group A and Pakistan in Group C. India have been placed in Group A along with New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Japan. India's first match will be played against Sri Lanka on 19 January.
Indian team for U19 World Cup-
Priyam Garg (captain), Dhruv Chand Jurel (vice-captain and wicketkeeper), Yashaswi Jaiswal, Tilak Verma, Divyansh Saxena, Shashwat Rawat, Divyansh Joshi, Shubhang Hegde, Ravi Bishnoi, Akash Singh, Karthik Tyagi, Atharva Ankolkar, Kumar Kushagra (wicketkeeper) , Sushant Mishra and Vidyadhar Patil.
National Cricket Academy i.e. NCA Chief Rahul Dravid also reached Mumbai for the selection of the under-19 team. Rahul Dravid, while being the coach of the under-19 team, tested the talent of many young players of the team. This is the reason why Rahul Dravid knew which player is better.

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