Indian skipper Mahendra SIngh Dhoni spoke about his retirement during the post-match presentation ceremony after Ind-Aus Semi Final match on Thursday.
When asked if he would be playing the next World Cup, Dhoni said he isn't sure about it but will take a call after T20 World Cup next year. "I'm 33, I'm still running, still fit. Will decide after T20 World Cup," hints the skipper about his possible retirement in the next few years.
On the other hand, Australian skipper Michael Clarke is quite confident that Dhoni will play ICC World Cup 2019. "I'm sure he will be, he has a lot of cricket in him," he says.
Under Dhoni's leadership, India won ICC World Cup and ICC World T20 which are the most prestigious tourneys in cricket history. We could only wish he plays cricket till 2019 World Cup.