Previous India skipper MS Dhoni's future has been the subject of theory since the World Cup completed in July. He added to the gab when he took a two-month break after the competition in the UK, passing up the West Indies arrangement that pursued and the progressing arrangement against South Africa. In any case, the choice to resign lies completely with the World Cup winning captain, said his previous partner Yuvraj Singh, including that the theory encompassing the wicketkeeper batsman is "uncalled for".
"I believe it's unjustifiable to him. The person has accomplished such a great deal for Indian cricket. He has been the best Indian commander, so you got the chance to give him time," Yuvraj Singh said.
"He needs to choose when he needs to go out. He needs to accept that call. On the off chance that he needs to in any case play, that is his call and we have to regard that," Yuvraj Singh said.
He was talking uninvolved of "The Sports Movement" summit in Delhi.
The discussion around MS Dhoni's position has additionally increased with the ICC T20 World Cup coming up in Australia one year from now. Rishabh Pant, presently filling in for Dhoni, has gone under analysis for his worse than average exhibitions and reckless strokeplay.
Talking about Pant supplanting the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman, Yuvraj Singh said that it is "going to take a great deal of time."
"MS Dhoni was not made in a day. It took a couple of years to move toward becoming MS Dhoni. So it will take a couple of years to move toward becoming Rishabh Pant or any other person," Yuvraj told
MS Dhoni has played 350 ODIs for India and showed up in 98 T20Is. Dhoni had keep going played for India on July 10 when the Men in Blue lost to New Zealand in the elimination round of the ODI World Cup in England.