3 CSK Players Who Are Likely To Retire After the 14th Edition of IPL, IPL 2021
The 14th edition of the IPL 2021 will be held from April 9 to May 30 in six cities. In this case, let’s look at the CSK key players who are likely to retire after IPL 2021.
3 CSK Players to Retire After IPL 2021
1. Mahendra Singh Dhoni (CSK Captain):
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been the most successful captain of the Chennai Super Kings team from 2008 to last year. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has played in 182 matches so far. He has amassed a total of 4632 runs, his highest score being 84.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has scored a total of 23 half-centuries, has a batting average of 40.99. And he has a strike rate of 136.76. Dhoni, who retired from all international cricket for India, returned to play in the IPL series 14 months later.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who played in 14 matches in total, scored only 200 runs. His batting average last season was 25 and his strike rate was 116.27. Asked if he will not be playing in the IPL series this year, Dhoni said no, adding that he is expected to complete his IPL tour this year.
2. Harbhajan Singh (CSK Bowler):
Harbhajan Singh, who has been playing for the Mumbai Indians since 2008, ended his tour of Mumbai in 2017. He then played for the Chennai Super Kings from 2018 until last year. Harbhajan, who completed his tour with Chennai last year, is all set to make his debut for the Kolkata Knight Riders this year.
Harbhajan Singh has taken 150 wickets in 157 matches so far. His bowling average is 26.45 and his economy is 7.05. Harbhajan, who is set to play for the Kolkata Knight Riders this year, is expected to complete his IPL tour this year. Because next year’s mega IPL auction is about to take place.
Harbhajan Singh, who has crossed the age of forty in the auction, is expected to end his IPL tour this year if the teams are looking to capture him.
3. Imran Tahir (CSK Bowler):
Imran Thair, who started the IPL series for the Delhi Daredevils in 2014, has since played for Rising Pune in 2017 . Since then he has been playing for the Chennai Super Kings since 2018. He has taken 80 wickets in 58 IPL matches so far in the world. His bowling average is 21.10 and his bowling economy is 7.83.
Imran Tahir, who played for the Chennai Super Kings in 2019, took a total of 26 wickets that season and won the Purple Cup. Despite that he didn’t even get a chance to play in a match the following year. Some cricket experts have suggested that Imran Tahir, 42, may end his IPL tour this year.