Yuvraj Singh said that he felt MS Dhoni settled on the correct choice to venture down as India commander in ODIs and T20s.
Yuvraj Singh said that MS Dhoni has made the correct choice to stride down as chief of the Indian group in restricted overs cricket. "I think he took a decent choice in venturing down (as chief)," he said in a discussion with bcci.tv, "I'm certain he saw that its time for the following person to assume control and construct the group for the 2019 World Cup and he more likely than not seen that in Virat (Kohli)."
Yuvraj likewise praised Dhoni's accomplishments amid his residency as the Indian captain. "We have won the T20 World Cup, the ICC World Cup and the ICC Champions Trophy and were likewise the main Test group under him. I'm not certain what number of chiefs have that," he said.
Taking after predictable exhibitions in the Ranji trophy for Punjab, Yuvraj is set to make his rebound into the Indian ODI set-up when they play England on January 15 at Pune.
Those scrutinizing the choice to bring him back have voiced questions over his wellness via web-based networking media because of his long lay off from any universal activity. Yuvraj Singh conceded that he has needed to focus more on his wellness because of his age and the progressions his body may have experienced because of his fight against tumor.
"I should be extremely cautious with all that I do. The exploration of wellness has progressed and that is the way we are learning," he said, "On the off chance that you see the young men in the Indian group, everyone is preparing truly hard and physically fit. Being physically fit is an essential piece of enhancing mental quality."
India will confront England in the first of a three-coordinate ODI arrangement on January 15 at Pune. Virat Kohli, who as of now has had unimaginable accomplishment as skipper of the India Test group, will lead in the ODIs and the three T20s that trail MS Dhoni reported his choice to venture down from the post. Dhoni is a piece of the group and Kohli had demanded before that he remains an indispensable part of the squad.