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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    Former Indian cricket captain made himself unavailable to play in upcoming tour of West Indies

    Former Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made himself unavailable to play in the countries upcoming tour of the West Indies - to link up with the army


    Dhoni is an honorary lieutenant colonel of a reserve force called the Territorial Army in India.

    The 2011 World Cup winner has been shrouded in retirement rumours since India were knocked out in the semi-finals by New Zealand in Manchester.

    However nothing has yet been confirmed, but he will spend two months with his regiment.

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