CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan Speaks Up About MS Dhoni’s Future in IPL

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Kasi Viswanathan, has expressed optimism about the return of MS Dhoni for the 18th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). After CSK’s elimination from the competition following a loss to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), speculation arose about Dhoni’s potential retirement from the IPL. However, Viswanathan remains hopeful that Dhoni will continue playing for CSK in the upcoming season. He emphasized that the decision ultimately lies with Dhoni, who has always been respected for his autonomy in such matters.

During an interview on CSK’s YouTube channel, Viswanathan stated that Dhoni’s decisions have always been respected by the team management, and they await his announcement regarding his future in the IPL. Despite Dhoni’s advancing age—he will turn 43 before the next season—Viswanathan highlighted Dhoni’s continued agility on the field and his prowess as a power-hitter, factors that make him a valuable asset for CSK.

Viswanathan also mentioned a light-hearted exchange with Stephen Fleming, CSK’s head coach, regarding coaching assignments. He joked with Fleming about applying for the Indian coaching assignment, to which Fleming responded humorously. Viswanathan inferred that coaching might not be Fleming’s preference due to the extensive time commitment involved, suggesting that Fleming may not be inclined towards coaching for long periods each year.

Overall, Viswanathan’s comments reflect the anticipation and hope among CSK fans for Dhoni’s continued presence in the team. Dhoni’s legacy and contributions to CSK have made him an integral part of the franchise, and his potential return would be eagerly awaited by fans and team management alike.

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