Dhoni is the best captain India has ever seen, says Rohit




rohit sharma and ms dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been one of the shining names of Indian cricket. He has been serving Indian cricket since 2004 and the things he has achieved in his illustrious career is something that others can only dream of. Many legends of the game hail Dhoni as one of the greatest captains of all-time and even Virat Kohli believes that Dhoni has given his all to Indian cricket.

Now, Rohit Sharma has come forward and praised the former Indian skipper for his contribution to Indian cricket. Making an appearance in a chat show, Rohit revealed that Dhoni’s calmness has made him what he is today. He further stated that the wicketkeeper-batsman is the most successful Indian skipper as he has all the three ICC trophies to his name.

Whole India knows MS Dhoni is the one who has been like that. It has helped him to make such good decisions on the field and now you see he is the most successful Indian captain, having all three ICC Trophies with him and many IPL titles as well,” Rohit said.

Rohit even shared that Dhoni is the best India has ever seen.

“He is the best captain India has seen and there is a reason behind it and that reason is him being calm and composed under pressure situation,” Rohit said in the chat show.


Dhoni has always been known to give chances to youngsters to prove themselves at the biggest stage. Players like Ravindra Jadeja, Rohit Sharma, and many others have blossomed under the leadership of MS Dhoni.

Talking about Dhoni’s approach, the cricketer from Mumbai noticed that he used always put the youngsters at ease. If he would see an inexperienced cricketer in the side, he would go up to him and talk to him about the game. The youngster would always feel safe with him as Dhoni was someone who always heard them and made them feel confident.

“I have seen him handle a lot of younger bowlers when they get under pressure, he goes around and puts his arm around their neck and talks to them what he needs to do and what not,” Rohit said.

MS Dhoni has been out of the game since the ICC Cricket World Cup, last year. As a result, he was dropped from the BCCI’s list of centrally contracted players.

However, he is expected to play the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), starting from March 29.