cricket team captain.
He last posted to his Twitter feed on January 8, 2021, when he was the former Indian cricket team captain.


The blue verified mark on MS Dhoni’s Twitter has been restored.

It was deleted earlier in the day on Friday when the blue tick was taken off of Dhoni’s account.

On January 8, 2021, Dhoni held on to his Twitter account.

After deleting his verified blue tick for a brief time on Friday, Twitter has restored Dhoni’s blue tick status on his account.

On Friday, the verified blue tick was reinstated to former Indian cricket team captain MS Dhoni’s Twitter account after Twitter had momentarily removed it earlier in the day. Before Twitter, Dhoni had not last posted on January 8, 2021. We have sought to contact Twitter to find out why the account was suspended and are still waiting for a response. In Twitter, the blue tick next to a handle means that it is an authentic account. The instructions told recipients to have an authentic, significant, and actively used account to get the blue badge.

Twitter’s standards state that an account’s inactivity for an extended period of time may lead to it losing its verified badge.

As of August 15, 2020, Dhoni will only play in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and will return to international cricket when the next IPL tournament in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) begins in September. He last played for India in the team’s sixth-place finish at the 2019 World Cup in the semifinal match against New Zealand.

Cricket India has revealed the rest of the IPL’s schedule. For the entire span of 27 days, 31 matches will be played.

The Mumbai Indians will face the Chennai Super Kings on September 19 to re-start the IPL 2021 tournament. The league stage’s last game will be contested on October 8, when the Royal Challengers Bangalore take on the Delhi Capitals.

Dubai will host the 1st Qualifier on October 10. Qualifier 2, which occurs in Sharjah on October 11, and the Eliminator, which occurs in Dubai on October 13, will both be played in the United Arab Emirates on October 11 and 13 respectively. The Eliminator will serve as the final of IPL 2021, taking place in Dubai on October 15.

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