Team India have had a memorable Caribbean tour so far as they have won the limited-overs series (3-0 in T20Is and 2-0 in ODIs) so far. India also completely outclassed West Indies in the first Test by a mammoth 318 runs to start their ICC World Test Championship campaign in style. Virat Kohli & Co. will now be aiming for a complete whitewash and also to register another win in the game's longest format when both sides lock horns against each other in the second Test which gets underway at Jamaica on Friday. However, before the Virat Kohli-led side take to the field, there were two of the Indian players who were having a good time elsewhere. One of them was not a part of the squad while the other one was a part of the limited-overs squad. They were MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav.
Well, you have heard that right. Both the Chennai Super Kings players MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav were seen enjoying a game of golf at a golf course in the United States of America. Kedar Jadhav was seen in a casual outfit while the style icon 'Thala' MS Dhoni was seen sporting a black bandana and in a formal attire along with sports shoes.
The image of Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni spending some quality time at the golf course was posted by Jadhav on Instagram. Take a look.
Kedar Jadhav was picked in the limited-overs series against West Indies. In the two matches that he got to play, Jadhav could not make too much of an impact as he managed an unbeaten 19 in the run chase during the final ODI. He went wicket-less in both games. MS Dhoni, on the other hand, backed out from selection of the ongoing West Indies tour to serve the Indian Army. As per reports, MS Dhoni might also be overlooked for the upcoming limited-overs series against South Africa following a three-match Test series as the selectors have decided to give more chances to young Rishabh Pant.
Lieutenant Colonel Mahendra Singh Dhoni's stint with the 106th battalion of the Territorial Army came to an end as on August 15, after the former skipper included himself in the Armed Forces training from the end of last month for fifteen days. The former Indian skipper had undertaken the duties of a soldier and had undergone patrolling and guard duties training.