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Indian cricketer MS Dhoni, who had to undergo knee surgery in June, is currently in the process of recovery and undergoing rehabilitation. This information was shared with fans in Chennai by his wife, Sakshi Dhoni. The surgery was performed to address the knee issue, and Dh
The injury of MS Dhoni, the talented captain of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) cricket team, became apparent towards the conclusion of the IPL (Indian Premier League) season in 2023. The renowned ‘Captain Cool’ underwent a knee surgery just two days after CSK’s triumphant conquest of the IPL title. Providing a much-awaited update on Dhoni’s injury, Sakshi Dhoni, his spouse, who is presently in Chennai for the unveiling of Dhoni Entertainment’s inaugural film ‘LGM,’ shared the latest information with enthusiastic fans.
During the showing of ‘LGM’ at Chennai’s Rohini theater, fans approached Sakshi and inquired about Dhoni’s well-being. In response, Sakshi Dhoni informed them that he is in the process of recovering and is currently undergoing rehabilitation. The update provided by Sakshi regarding Dhoni has now gained significant traction on social media.
Despite the extensive bracing on his left knee throughout the course of this season, he displayed remarkable dedication by not hesitating even once to miss a single game in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Following his recent surgery in Mumbai, it is anticipated that he will make a triumphant return to the IPL in 2024.
During the post-final presentation, the captain of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) cricket team acknowledged that the most opportune moment for his retirement would be after winning the championship title. However, he has made a vow to continue playing for at least one more season, provided his health remains favorable. Despite the challenges that may lie ahead, including a demanding nine-month period, he sees this commitment as a gesture of gratitude towards his supporters. This unwavering attitude is particularly noteworthy as Dhoni is set to commence his recovery process after three weeks of rest following a surgical procedure.
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