IPL News: Dhoni’s parents help Corona-CSK franchise helps, wife Sakshi updates on health

IPL News: Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s parents continue treatment in Ranchi after coming to Corona positive. Both were admitted to a private hospital on Wednesday, where their health has improved and the condition is said to be better than before. Meanwhile, Dhoni is busy with his team in the IPL. CSK coach Stephen Fleming said the franchisee is aware of the entire development. Every possible help is being provided to Dhoni’s family.

IPL News: Dhoni's parents help Corona-CSK franchise helps
Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s family

IPL News: CSK franchisees help

Former New Zealand captain and once opener of Chennai Super Kings, Fleming has been playing the role of coach of the team for the past several seasons. He has a good jugal with Dhoni. After the win against KKR, he said, ‘It is indeed a difficult time for everyone. The franchisee has spoken to each player on the deteriorating condition of Corona and has also taken responsibility for the health of the family in his absence.

IPL News: Matches being played in the empty stadium

The 14th season of the IPL is being held at the empty stadium amid Corona’s terrible transition in the country. Players and staff live in the bio-bubble. Despite this, some players of Kolkata Knight Riders, RCB, Delhi Capitals were found to be Corona positive, although all are now healthy and are also part of their team’s playing eleven.

IPL News: Sakshi also gave an update on her in-laws

Meanwhile, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s wife Sakshi also gave an update on the health of her mother-in-law on social media. Sakshi said that the health of her father-in-law Pan Singh and mother-in-law Devika is stable at the moment. He also thanked those who prayed as well. Earlier, after being admitted to the hospital, the doctors had said that the oxygen levels of both were fine.

IPL News: Currently number one Chennai Superkings

The three-time champions CSK are leading the IPL with three consecutive victories in the IPL that began on 9 April. Head coach Stephen Fleming described it as a result of a change in attitude and the involvement of some key players. Six months ago in the UAE, she failed to make it to the playoffs for the first time in tournament history. Fleming said it would be good if his team wins the next two matches as well.

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