MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni's left knee ailment plagued him the whole 2023 Indian Premier League season.

After leading Chennai Super Kings to their fifth IPL triumph on Monday, MS Dhoni flew from Ahmedabad to Mumbai to see world-renowned sports orthopedic surgeon Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India’s former captain, underwent successful left knee surgery on Thursday at a Mumbai hospital, giving fans hope that he may be able to participate in next year’s Indian Premier League. After leading Chennai Super Kings to their fifth IPL championship on Monday, Dhoni flew to Mumbai from Ahmedabad to see Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala, a renowned sports orthopedic surgeon who is also on the BCCI medical panel and has operated on a number of top Indian cricketers, including Rishabh Pant.

Yes, Dhoni’s Thursday knee surgery at Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital went well. The procedure took place this morning, and he is recovering well. I am lacking information. CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan stated to PTI that he has not yet received all of the data about the nature of the surgery and other matters.

“He’ll be out of here in a day or two. After a few days of relaxation, he’ll begin his intensive rehabilitation. Under the new circumstances, he should be able to recover in time to play in the next IPL, a source close to CSK management told PTI on the condition of anonymity.

Dhoni batted as low as No. 8 at times and didn’t look in his element while dashing between the wickets despite playing the entire season with extensive strapping on his left knee.

Viswanathan stated on Wednesday that it will be Dhoni’s decision whether or not to have surgery.

Dhoni had previously claimed after the IPL final, “If you circumstantially see, it’s the greatest time to announce retirement. It would be simple for me to just say “thank you” and leave. It’s not easy to put in the effort required to play another IPL season, which takes place over the course of nine months. The physical form must be sturdy. To play another season for CSK would be a gift, considering the support they have shown me.

Because of the depth of their affection and sympathy, I owe it to them to make this happen. It’s the swan song of my professional life. This end of the house is when the chanting began. It was the same in Chennai, but I’m looking forward to getting back on the pitch. They’re confident that they can match my skill level when it comes to my brand of cricket. Nothing about it is conventional, and that’s because I prefer uncomplicated solutions.

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