Mahendra Singh Dhoni Promises To Learn More Tamil By Next Indian Premier League

Ex-Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is one of the most valuable and skilled cricketers in the world. He was called 'Captain Cool' when he was a captain. He is also called as the best finisher in cricketer. The wicket-keeper batsman has always brought hope for the team in tough matches.

MS Dhoni is the most admired sports personality in India. According to a recent survey by yougov.co.uk, Dhoni finished ahead of current India skipper Virat Kohli and legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar.

Recently, Mahendra Singh Dhoni visited Tirunelveli where a TNPL game between Madurai Panthers and Kovai Kings was played.

"What brings me here is the TNPL (Tamil Nadu Premier League), of course, to start off," he said ahead of the toss in tonight's game after starting off with 'Vanakkam' in Tamil. Every time I play IPL, I learn Tamil and once the tournament ends I have to start from scratch again. I will make sure that by next edition of IPL, I'll learn a bit of Tamil," he added.

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He said Tirunelveli was a special place as India Cements was started here.

Also, this is a special place, this is where India Cements started," Dhoni, who led CSK to a third crown in the 2018 IPL to level with Mumbai Indians for most titles, said.

"I have been with them (India Cements) for a long time so, this gives me an opportunity to come and see the first Plant over here," he continued.

He said each year he comes down to watch a few TNPL games adding the conditions at the ICL ground in Tirunelveli were challenging.

"Along with that, every year I come down and watch a few games of the TNPL, this is the first game I will be watching this year in person. Looks like challenging conditions here with the kind of breeze blowing," he added.

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by Admin | Mon, Aug 06 - 02:27 PM

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