Speaking at an event here, Kapil said there should be gap of at least three to four years for a retired cricketer to come back to the national set up.
“It is a good decision. I have always been of the opinion that once a cricketer retires he should come back to the set up only after three four years but this seems like a special case with the World Cup around the corner. Ravi (Shastri) is also down with COVID so it looks a special case,” Kapil said.
BCCI on Wednesday made a surprise announcement on Dhoni‘s role when the squad for the T20 World Cup was named.