Dhoni has nothing left to realize: Anand


Chess wizard Viswanathan Anand says it’s completely M.S. Dhoni’s prerogative to take a name on his retirement and the previous captain can exit a content material man after having achieved the whole lot in his profession.

“He (Dhoni) is aware of what’s the correct resolution for him. However I feel nothing is left behind or on the desk for him,” Anand informed PTI from Chennai.

“He has an outstanding fan following. He had achieved the whole lot which he had got down to obtain. He has received India two World Cups (2007 World T20 and 2011 ODI World Cup) as captain. He has been an important captain. Nobody can resolve (when to give up) higher than him.

“He’s clearly in the very best place to know what he needs to do. But when he quits, there’s nothing left for him to realize. He has had a outstanding profession,” the five-time world chess champion mentioned.