Mahendra Singh Donnie will lead the Chennai Super Kings in the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League. He put an end to speculation about his IPL a career in CSK’s last match of the previous edition, when he confirmed that he had no intention of hanging his shoes in the tournament.
CSK CEO Cassie Viswanat has now turned to speculation for the 2021 season, which is Donnie’s last season in the yellow jersey.
“Look, I don’t think this will be his last year,” Viswanat told the Indian Express.
“That’s my personal view and I don’t think we’re looking at anyone now.”
Donnie has already retired from international cricket.
CSK had a stormy 2020 season in the IPL, where they finished the worst so far seventh in the table. The country was shaken by early failures in the publication as their key batsman It’s raining taken out abruptly before the tournament.
In addition, batsman Ruturaj Gaikwad and pacer Deepak Chahar tested positive for COVID-19 before the tournament.
One of the country’s mainstays over the years, Shane Watson has retired from the cricket franchise after the 2020 season.