The former Indian skipper Mohammad Azharuddin believes that, there is big communication gape between the Indian wicketkeeper batsman and the selectors.
Azharuddin said,”A player wants to play, but selectors have to speak, how long he will play, how he will play, what will happen. About big player, the player is also taken into confidence and spoken to. I feel some decision will come. Otherwise, people will keep writing that (he) should retire, not retire. Because, no statement has come from Dhoni.”
“My opinion is that if he is fit and playing well, he should play. If he is fit and performance is good, he can play. Sometimes what happens is, interest is lost after playing so much cricket. If his interest is still 100 per cent, I feel, he is good player and he should play.”
“But, I just want to request him. Whenever he plays, he should play aggressively. Sometimes, reflexes slow down after certain age. But, Dhoni, it does not appear that the reflexes are slow. If he plays his natural game more, I feel that will be good for India,” he added.
MS Dhoni withdraws his name from the upcoming India’s tour of West Indies. He also confirmed that, he will be unavailable for two month. In that period he will serve Indian Army.