IPL 2021: Cricketer MS Dhoni to Join CSK’s Training Camp in Chennai from March 11
Three-time IPL winners, CSK is currently planning and preparing for their forthcoming training camp which will kick-start from March 11 in Chennai.
Although there have been no revelations made about the official commencement date of the Indian Premier League 2021 yet, the team Chennai Super Kings is already planning its game for this season. While the estimated date for IPL’s commencement is April 11, 2021, CSK has decided to set up its training camp and start practising for this season’s game in Chennai.
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The three-time IPL champions Chennai Super Kings are currently planning to start training for IPL 2021 from March itself. They have decided to set up their training camp in Chennai and begin practising there from March 11, 2021. Although it is not yet clear as to how many players or who exactly would be present at the camp this time, it is being said that MS Dhoni will be there. Last year, there was a lot of chaos when some players had tested positive for COVID-19 upon reaching UAE for the tournament despite being required to have tested negative before flying there. However, all the teams and their players are set to follow the necessary protocols and guidelines very diligently this time.
It is not yet known how long the training camp will last before the tournament officially begins, but it has been confirmed that CSK will begin training in Chennai on March 11 and that MS Dhoni will attend it. Last year, following the training camp, we had heard shocking revelations about the retirement of Dhoni and Suresh Raina from international cricket. To top it off, the team’s performance in 2020 was not the best either. While BCCI has only declared that the tournament will commence in April, without providing a particular date, CSK has begun with its planning for a stronger outcome this year. Along with Dhoni, Ambati Rayudu and Suresh Raina might also attend the camp, while it is doubtful if international players will make it there. This is due to the mandatory quarantine protocol for international travellers issued by the government of India due to COVID-19.