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Mahendra Singh Dhoni or MS Dhoni is an Indian cricketer. Dhoni is the first captain in cricket history to win all the ICC trophies.

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Biography of MS Dhoni 

Mahendra Singh Dhoni or MS Dhoni is an Indian cricketer who retired from international cricket. Dhoni is the first captain in the history of cricket to win all the ICC trophies.

His real name is Mahendra Singh Pansingh Dhoni.

Nicknames: Mahi, MSD, Ahmad Cool, Tala

Birth: 7 July 1981 in Ranchi, Bihar.

Age - 42 years

Height - 1.78 m

Nationality: Indian international cricketer

Country - India

wife- Sakshi Dhoni

Daughter- Ziva Dhoni

Style - Right Hand (Bowling), right hand (batting)          

Movies - M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016 Movie)

              Lion's Roar (2019 Web Series)

              Atharva: The Origins (upcoming web series)

 MS Dhoni: Birth, Family, Education  

MS Dhoni was born on 7th July 1981 in Almora, Lamgara district of Uttarakhand, his hometown. His father Pan Singh moved to Ranchi from Uttarakhand and held a high position in Mekong. Ms Dhoni's sister is Jayanthi Gupta (sister) and her brother is  Narendra Singh Dhoni.

Dhoni studied at DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir, Ranchi, Jharkhand, and played various sports like badminton, football, and cricket. He was a goalkeeper for his football team and played cricket for the local team.

mahendra singh Dhoni proved himself as a wicket-keeper for Commando Cricket Club in 1995-98 and did well in the Vinu Mankad Under-16 Trophy in 1997-98. After completing high school, Dhoni turned his attention to cricket.

 #MS Dhoni: Personal Life 

MS Dhoni started dating Priyanka Chopra whom she met 20 years before her marriage to Shakshi Singh Rawat. At that time in 2002, Dhoni was trying to break into the Indian national team. That year, her lover died in an accident. Dhoni is also dating his South Indian girlfriend Lakshmi Rai. Mahendra Singh Dhoni got married on 4 July 2010 to Shakshi Singh Rawat, his friend from DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandi. At the time of the wedding, Sakshi was training in a hotel in Kolkata, the Taj Bengala.

On February 6, 2015, the couple gave birth to a daughter named Ziva. He was in Australia at the time and a week later after the 2015 Cricket World Cup, he did not return saying "I am on national service, other things can wait".

 MS Dhoni  Career 


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In 1998, MS Dhoni was selected in the Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) team. Until 1998 he played in the school cricket team and club cricket. Each time, Dhoni scored six points in a cricket match played in the Shesh Mahal tournament. Dewal Sah, who chose CCL, was given Rs. CCL were promoted to the A division due to their outstanding performance. Impressed by his tenacity and cricketing skills, Deval Saha was picked for the Bihar team. At the age of 18, he was selected for the Bihar Ranji senior team for the 1999-2000 season. 

The Bihar U-19 team managed to reach the final but failed to do so. He then selected the East Zone U-19 team for the CK Naidu Trophy. East Region lost all races but Dhoni finished last

He played for the Jharkhand team in Ranji Trophy and Deodar Trophy in 2002-2003. Dhoni deserves credit for his realistic contribution and strong form

Dhoni picked international cricketer Deepa Dasgupta to represent the Eastern Division in the Dhoni Trophy Final. Dhoni was noticed by Prakash Poddar (Bengali captain) in the 1960s who reported to the National Cricket Academy TRW (BCCI’s Small Town Talent Discovery Initiative).

Mahendra Singh Dhoni was selected for India's tour of Zimbabwe and Kenya. Dhoni scored seven wickets and four wickets against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club. Kenya Tri-Nation v India N Pakistan N; Dhoni's half-century helped India score 223 against Pakistan. He scored 362 runs in six matches at an average of 72.40. His outstanding performances included captain of the then Indian cricket team - Sorav Ganguly; It caught the attention of Ravi Shastri and his colleagues.

After India A, Dhoni was selected in the ODI team for the 2004–05 tour in Bangladesh. Dhoni was sent off by a duck in his first match. Despite the anti-Bangladeshi tradition, Dhoni was selected for the ODI series against Pakistan. In the second game of the series, Dhoni scored 148 runs in 123 bolls and became the top scorer by an Indian player.

He played in the first two games of the Sri Lanka One Day Series between October and November 2005. He was promoted to the No. 3 position in the third ODI. Dhoni has 183 unbeaten goals, 145 against Sri Lanka. He won the Hero of the Series award. In December 2015, BCCI awarded an order to Dhoni Class B.

In the third game against Pakistan, Dhoni scored 72 runs in 46 balls, which India won 2-1. In the last game, Dhoni scored 77 runs out of 56 bolls and India won 4-1. On April 20, 2006, he passed Ricky Ponting to become the ICC ODIs' top scorer. India has an interesting game. DLF 2006-07, ICC Trophy 2006.

India was eliminated from the 2007 Cricket World Cup and Dhoni did not play like a duck against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Dhoni's poor performance at the 2007 World Cup, JMM activists attacked his home. When India was eliminated in the first round of the World Cup, Dhoni's family was protected by the police.

Dhoni has been named vice-captain of the ODI team which will face South Africa and England. In June 2007, BCCI awarded Dhoni an A-level contract. In September 2007, Dhoni led the Indian team to the Twenty20 World Cup. In September 2007, Dhoni shared a note with his idol, Adam Gilchrist.

In the 2009 series between India and Australia, Dhoni scored 124 runs of 107 bolls in the second ODI and 71 runs of 95 bolls in the third ODI. On 30 September 2009, he scored his first international cricket wicket against the West Indies in the Champions League. In 2009 he was named ICC ODI Top Tennis Player.

In 2011, Dhoni led India to the final by defeating Australia in the quarter-finals and Pakistan in the final. Dhoni smashed a target of 275 against Sri Lanka in the final against Gautam Gambhir and Yuvraj Singh to help India win. Dhoni finished the match with 6 wickets for 91* runs. He won the Man of the Match award for his brilliant performance in the 2011 Cricket World Cup.

After winning the World Cup in 2012, Pakistan toured India for the first bilateral series in five years. India won the series 1-2.

In 2013, India won the ICC Championship Trophy and Dhoni became the first and only captain in the history of cricket to win all the ICC trophies.

 India won the ODI series against England 3-1 and West Indies 2-1 in India.

In January 2017, Dhoni resigned as the captain of the Indian team in all limited-overs formats. He performed brilliantly in the ODI series against England and was named wicketkeeper in the 'Team of the Tournament' and ODI Player of the Year by Cribbs in the 2017 Champions Trophy

This year, he became the first wicket-keeper to score 100 ODI runs against Sri Lanka in August 2017.

After a brilliant ODI performance against Sri Lanka, he replaced Dinesh Karthik as the Test wicketkeeper for Team India. Dhoni scored 30 runs in the rain in the first match.

In January–February 2006, India toured Pakistan, and Dhoni scored his first century in 93 balls in Faisalabad.

In the 2006 tour of the West Indies, he improved his wicket-taking skills, scoring 69 in the first match and finishing the series with 13 catches and 4 hits.

In 2009, Dhoni scored twice against Sri Lanka as India won 2–0 in India. With the win, he became the no. India is the 1 seed.

In the 2014/15 season, Dhoni played in the final Test series against Australia and captained the second and third Tests. Dhoni announced his retirement from the Test format after the third Test in Melbourne. Dhoni scored 9 runs in the last Test match and broke Kumar Sangakkara's record of 134 runs in all formats.

In 2006, Dhoni was part of India's Twenty20 International in South Africa. He struck out two in the first game.

In 2007, MS Dhoni led India in their first World T20 match. He faced Scotland but failed in that match. In September 2007, he led them to victory in the final against Pakistan.

Dhoni was selected in the Indian squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Dhoni played well against South Africa, Australia, and the West Indies, but was criticized for his strike rate against Afghanistan and England. In the semi-final against New Zealand, Dhoni scored a half-century in the second innings but reached the crucial stage. After his dismissal, India's World Cup was over.

In the first season of IPL (Indian Premier League), Chennai Super Kings bought Dhoni for $1.5 million, making him the most expensive player in the first season auction. Under his leadership, the team won the IPL title in 2010, 2011 and 2018.

In 2016, the Chennai Super Kings were banned for two years and Dhoni was signed by Rising Pune Supergiant to lead the team. However, the team finished seventh, in 2017 the team reached the final but lost the trophy to Mumbai Indians.

In 2018, the ban on Chennai Super Kings was lifted and the team played in the IPL. CSK also signed Dhoni who led the team.

 MS Dhoni's Playing style 

MS Dhoni is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper. He is known for his low attacking style, which he later carried over to the captain's role. Everyone loves their Helicopter Shot technique, taught to them by a fellow player and childhood friend Santosh Lal.

Aside from batting, his wicket-keeping skills are highly regarded by some of the game's experts. He is the fastest wicket-keeper for Stumps. He holds the world record for the highest number of stumps by any wicket-keeper. He sometimes plays as a medium-paced bowler in the Indian cricket team.

# MS Dhoni: Cricket Records 


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  Cricket Test   

1. In 2009, under Dhoni's leadership, India topped the ICC Test Cricket Rankings for the first time.

2. He is India's most successful Test captain with 27 Test wins.

3- He has lost 15 Tests overseas, the most by an Indian captain.

4- Became the first Indian wicketkeeper to complete 4000 runs in Tests.

5. Dhoni scored 224 runs against Australia. This is the highest score by a wicket-keeping captain and third highest by an Indian captain.

6. His maiden century against Pakistan is currently the fastest and fourth century by an Indian.

7- Dhoni hit 50 sixes as a captain.

8. With 294 dismissals in his career, he tops the list of all dismissals by Indian wicketkeepers.

9. He shares the record with Syed Kirmani for most cuts in six innings.

10- He also has the record of 9 dismissals by an Indian wicketkeeper in a single match.

 ODI Cricket  

1- Third and first Indian captain to win 100 matches.

2- Sachin Tendulkar, the fourth Indian cricketer to score 10,000 ODI runs. Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid followed. He is also the second referee to achieve this feat.

3: With a career average of more than 50; He became the first player to score 10,000 runs.

4- He has the 5th highest average of cricketers to score more than 5000 runs and the second-highest average of scorers among players with more than 10,000 total runs - 51.09.

5: Sixth highest run scorer in ODI history with 4031 runs in his career.

6: Batting at No. 7, he is the only cricketer in ODI history to score more than a century, with 2 centuries at No. 7.

7: No 82 not out in ODIs.

8- scored against Sri Lanka 183*--Highest score by a wicket-keeper.

9: 113 vs Pakistan - Highest by a captain at No.7.

10: India's highest eight-wicket partnership in ODIs - Dhoni and Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

11: Most unbeaten innings and highest runs scored among batsmen in ODIs.

12: He is the only cricketer to have played in most ODI matches as captain and wicketkeeper.

13: He holds the record for most innings and dismissals by an Indian wicketkeeper - 6 and 432 respectively.

14: Most stumpings by a wicketkeeper in ODI history - 120.

15: First Indian and fourth international opener to take 300 ODI catches.

  T20I Cricket 

1- He holds the record for most wins as a captain at 41.

2- Played many matches as captain and wicketkeeper.

3- Most consecutive T20I innings played without a duck 84.

4- Most T20I innings played by Dhoni 76.

5- He holds the record for most dismissals by a wicketkeeper in T20 Icc 87.

6- He holds the record for most catches by a wicketkeeper in T20  54.

7- He holds the record for most wickets as a wicketkeeper in T20Is 33.

8- Most catches as a wicketkeeper in T20I innings 5.

9- He holds the record for most international appearances as a captain 332.

10- So far, he is the first and only wicketkeeper to score 150 runs in all three formats of the match 161.

 Territorial Army 

In 2011, MS Dhoni was awarded the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Territorial Army for his contribution to cricket. In August 2019, he completed two weeks with the Army in the Jammu and Kashmir region.

MS Dhoni Award                                                                                                                                  

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1 – In 2018, he received India's third highest civilian award the Padma Bhushan.

2 - In 2009, he received the fourth highest civilian honor in India  Padma Shri.

3- In 2007-2008 he received the highest sports award in India Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna.

4- 2008, 2009 ICC ODI player of the year won.

5- Years 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014; He made the ICC World ODI XI.

6- 2009, 2010, and 2013; featured in the ICC World Test XI.

7- He won the Castrol Indian Cricket Award in 2011.

8- In 2006, he won the MTV Youth Icon of the Year title.

9- In 2013, he won the LG People's Choice Award.

10- In August 2011, he finished his studies at De Montfort University.

#MS Dhoni  Movies                                                                                                         

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In 2016, a Bollywood film was made based on the life of MS Dhoni. This story is about Sushant Singh Rajput's journey from childhood to Cricket World Cup 2011. It is directed by M.S. Donnie: What a great story.

On 20 March 2019, a web series called The Lions Roar was launched on Hotstar. Chennai Super Kings started the IPL (Indian Premier League) yesterday.

MS Dhoni: Collecting motorbikes 

 Mahindra Scorpio; Maruti SX4, 1999 Hummer H2, 1999 Toyota Corolla Land Rover Freelander. GMC Sierra Mitsubishi Pajero SFX, 1999 Mitsubishi Outlander, 1999 Porsche 911 Audi Q7 SUV Ferrari 599 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Bike Collection: Kawasaki Ninja H2; the hell of the Union; Suzuki Hayabusa Aka Norton Vintage 1999 Hiro Karisma ZMR Yamaha RXZ Yamaha Thundercat Aka Yamaha RX 1999 Ducati 1098 Yamaha Rod 350 1999 TV Apache 1999 Kawasaki Zcall X141 Nvidson.

MS Dhoni: Total Cost                                                        

In 2012, Forbes named Dhoni as one of the highest-paid athletes in the world. Dhoni owns a hotel in Ranchi called 'Mahi Residency' which has made him the highest-paid player in India.

The country also has many sporting and sports facilities that add to the country's economy. MS Dhoni's current worth is approx 1080 crore.

Facts About MS Dhoni                                                         

Dhoni's main source of income is cricket, representing several domestic teams in the Indian Premier League, including India and Chennai Super Kings.

Dhoni is also a successful businessman and investor, owning football, hockey, sports, and lifestyle companies.

It also owns the Chennai FC football franchise, the Ranchi Rays hockey team, and the SportsFit World fitness center.

Dhoni's brand endorsements include PepsiCo, Reebok, TVS Motors, and many others.

He is the brand ambassador of Indian Railways and the Jharkhand State Cricket Team.

Dhoni has a farm in Ranchi, a beautiful house in Mumbai's Worli area, a residence in Delhi, and a hotel in Ranchi.

Dhoni is a car and motorcycle enthusiast and owns his own Ferrari 599 GTO.

The foundation also helped the victims of the disaster in India.

Under Dhoni's captaincy, India became number one in Test cricket.

 ODI Cricket Record                                                                              

MS Dhoni holds the record for most catches by an Indian wicketkeeper in ODIs: 444 (321 catches, 123 not out).

He is the only Indian wicketkeeper to score 200 and 300 catches in ODIs. Dhoni took 321 <span>wickets</span>.

He is the only Indian wicketkeeper to have 6 dismissals in an innings – 5 caught and 1 caught against England in 2007.

Only wicketkeeper to make 100 runs in ODI history. He produced a total of 123 stumps. Second on the list is Kumar Sangakkara with 99 shots.

These are the MS Dhoni 5 records that will last forever 

1. Winning 3 ICC trophies   

MS Dhoni has won three ICC trophies – World T20 in 2007, ODI World Cup in 2011, and Champions Trophy in 2013 – and no other Indian captain in cricket history has won one.

2. #Fastest Stumping 

MS Dhoni's fastest stumping

MS Dhoni is lightning-fast. Should I try?

In 2018, it took the legendary wicketkeeper just 0.08 seconds to break the record of 0.09 seconds and pass West Indies batsman Kim Paul.

3. #The Most Stumpings in International Cricket  

He has 195 of 538 international Stumpings. Next is Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka with 139 wickets. It is Dhoni's record that will remain the same for years to come.

 4. Fastest among ICC ODI batsmen  

At the end of 42 innings, MS Dhoni moved up one spot in the ICC Men's ODI rankings. He overtook legendary Australian captain Ricky Ponting to become the fastest player to win the title.

5. #Most international Matches as Captain  

MS Dhoni led India in 200 ODIs, 60 Tests, and 72 T20Is before hanging up his boots on 15 August 2020. He has led India in 332 international matches, more than any other captain in the world. Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting finished second in his 324 national team.

 Here are the 5 longest unbeaten records of MS Dhoni 

 Who is the captain cool? 

Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is considered the captain of cricket. Known for being cool and cool, MSD deserves the title because it’s clear that instead of scolding a player for making a mistake, he went to them and understood.

His ice-cold demeanor was the main reason why India won all the major ICC trophies during his tenure. His leadership record speaks for itself. He is credited with taking Indian cricket to a new level and is considered the most successful Indian captain. Ms Dhoni is the only Indian captain to have won all the ICC trophies. He also managed to take India to No. 1 in the Test rankings.

#Best Finisher in World Cricket History

 Mahendra Singh Dhoni - World's Best Finisher

We start this list with Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the best finisher in world cricket. The former Indian captain has done so on many occasions for his country and Chennai Super Kings!

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, 40, has retired from international cricket but is still doing his best for Chennai Super Kings. Despite batting in the lower rankings, he has earned a lot of batting respect, including over 10,000 ODI runs. Competing in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup finals is enough to show why the Indian legend deserves to be number 1 on our list!

Highest death over the score in IPL

The T20 format requires special lethal batsmen and this requirement also applies to the Indian Premier League. The term ‘finisher’ may have been popularized by MS Dhoni in world cricket. Earlier, few people had any idea of this powerful word in cricket.

MS Dhoni scored 2632 runs in 161 innings at an average of 187.33 and 162 sixes in IPL history.

The MS. After Dhoni, AB de Villiers comes to mind. He started playing that role for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the last two IPL seasons.

#MS Dhoni's IPL record  

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has always been an icon of cricket. He is one of the most successful limited-overs captains in cricket history and one of the most successful captains in IPL. Having spent many years in the IPL with CSK, he has achieved a lot with the team. In this post, we will look at the records achieved by MS Dhoni in the history of IPL.

He played 247 matches in IPL and scored 5073 runs in 217 innings. MS Dhoni has the highest score of 84 in IPL. M Dhoni has 0 IPL centuries, 24 IPL half centuries and 30 + 41 IPL scores and IPL. M Dhoni has a strike rate of 136.3 in IPL and an average of 20.53 runs in 3721 balls in IPL.

 #MS Dhoni IPL captaincy  


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mahendra Singh is the most successful captain in IPL history. In the IPL, he scored 14 runs for CSK and 10 runs for RPSG. As MS captain, he led CSK in winning 130 out of 223 matches and has a best winning percentage of 58.29.

Under Dhoni, CSK has won five IPL titles and finished runners-up five times. He is the only Indian captain to reach the IPL final 10 times. Although he took RPSG to the final in his first season. Under Dhoni, CSK won the title in 2010, 2011, 2018, 2021 and 2023 and finished as runners-up in 2008, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2019. CSK won the Champions League title and the MS10 sub.2010 title.

He is the only player in the history of cricket to win the ICC World Cup, the Champions Trophy, and the ICCT20 World Cup.