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Dhoni crowned with a Tennis trophy

Indian former captain and present wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni crowned with anotger title under his belt and this time it’s with a tennis racket.

MS Dhoni playing tennis

MS Dhoni is currently having off time with the national clothes since India are all set to take on Australia in the historical Border-Gavaskar trophy from December 6. This has given a big gap for the former skipper in color clothes.

As all know, MS Dhoni always make sure that he engages in special activities during his off-time with the team. Many times he accompanied with Indian Army during his free times and took proper military trainings.

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Thus time the former skipper engaged himself in another sporting event. MS Dhoni participated in a tennis tournament held in his home town Ranchi and managed to crown with another trophy in his trophy cabinet.

Dhoni plied his trade in the JSCA Country Cricket Club Tennis Championship in Ranchi where he took part in the men’s doubles category. He played with a local tennis player and ended up winning the trophy. As per reports the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman won the final 6-3, 6-3 in straight sets and left the crowd mesmerised.

Pictures of Dhoni being awarded the trophy has taken social media by a storm. Many fan accounts on Instagram shared the former Indian captain’s photos holding the trophy after winning the tournament.

Now this one is the latest addition to his trophy cabinet which comprises the trophies of all major ICC Tournaments in each formats. But his batting form is a big concern for him. After a series of dismal performances against England followed by Asia Cup and West Indies, he was left out of the T20I squad.

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