MS Dhoni's IPL retirement announcement loading on Instagram? Why MSD stays away from 'controversial' X (Twitter)


MS Dhoni announced his international retirement in 2019 in an Instagram post

MS Dhoni announced his international retirement in 2019 in an Instagram post

Although he has not officially announced his retirement from IPL, fans have reportedly already turned on notifications for MS Dhoni's Instagram posts in anticipation that he might announce the big news there, like in 2019.

On August 15, 2020, MS Dhoni shocked the world and probably shook Instagram with a post captioned: “Thank you so much for your love and support throughout. From 1929 hours, consider me retired”. For someone of MSD stature, such a 'factual' retirement announcement was not what his cricket fans expected, but the man always had a penchant for doing the unexpected. In the age of social media, where everything happens in the social space, MS Dhoni has stayed away as much as possible, and as his cricket career comes to an end, he will remain so.

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Although he hasn't officially announced his retirement from IPL, fans have reportedly already turned on notifications for MS Dhoni's Instagram posts in anticipation that he might announce the big news there, like in 2019. And we we have good reason to believe that he could retire. this route for his IPL retirement announcement because the big man prefers Instagram to Twitter (now known as X).

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“I prefer Instagram to Twitter. Twitter, I don't think anything good happened on Twitter. You know, especially in India, there is always controversy. Someone will write something, and it will become a controversy. I was like, you know, why do I need to be here? You know, before, there were 140 characters. You can't expand. Imagine I put something out there, and then it's up to people to read it, and they just interpret what they want to interpret.

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So I say to myself no, no, it's not really for me. Instagram still, I love it because, you know, I could put my picture or a video or something like that and just leave it. This is also changing now. So I still prefer Instagram, but I'm not very active because, I don't know, I feel like, you know, less distractions are better, but in between, every once in a while, I put something out for the fans, you know, to let them know, okay, I'm in a good place, you know, in good hands. So I do what I love,” he said.

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MS Dhoni's advice: 'Don't take away the result, take into account the learnings'

Dhoni gave advice on how to deal with defeat and what to do if you fail to achieve your goals.

“Can I learn something from this and can I detach myself slightly from the result? Yes, we all feel hurt when we lose, when we don't achieve the goal. But what is important is to learn from it. But in modern times, we're so focused on the outcome that, you know, we can't stop thinking about it. And later, when you start moving forward, you do the right thing, which is, okay, you learn from it. You don't get the result from it, you get the learning from it, right. These are the areas we need to improve in to achieve the goal, whether it's the next game or the next quarter. »

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