New Delhi: Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has announced his retirement from international cricket on the evening of August 15. After Dhoni’s retirement, many veterans have wished him well for the future.
Similarly, now Prime Minister Modi has written a sentimental letter to Dhoni praising his contribution in cricket. Modi has also underlined in his letter that Dhoni has made an impression on the people of the country.
In this letter, Prime Minister Modi has also written about aspects of Dhoni’s personality, his relationship with his daughter Jiva. At the same time, Modi has expressed hope that now Dhoni can give more time to his family. The Prime Minister has also mentioned in the letter about Dhoni’s love for the armed forces.
Meanwhile, even though the Prime Minister wrote the letter to Dhoni, it conveyed a message to everyone in the country, especially the youth. For example, Modi has written about how to maintain balance in his family and practical life.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote in the letter, “We need to learn from Dhoni how to maintain balance in family and practical life.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has mentioned inspiring moments in Dhoni’s life in the letter. He said, ‘Dhoni teaches each of us to never lose hope and stay calm.
Meanwhile, Dhoni has given a boost to Indian cricket as a cricketer and a captain. The 2007 Twenty20 World Cup, the 2011 ODI World Cup, the 2012 Champions Trophy, the number one Test ranking in the same period were all milestones in Dhoni’s success as captain.
At the same time, Dhoni’s performance as a batsman and a batsman who inflicted victorious wounds in the last overs was immense. He represented India in 350 ODIs in his 15-year career. He has 10,773 runs in his account, including 10 centuries and 73 fifties. Dhoni has hit 1617 runs in 98 Twenty20 matches at an average of 37.60.
His strike rate in the Twenty20 is 126.13. With all these achievements in mind, Dhoni was awarded the titles of Captain Cool and Match Finisher.