Dhoni has received constant support from Team India
Dhoni has received constant backing from Indian captain Virat Kohli.
The Indian team management also supports him.
Batting coach Sanjay Bangar said that there are no concerns over his presence in the team.
Bangar had also highlighted his importance and praised him for winning games for India.
Being his last CWC, the legend would want to give it all.
The reality of Dhoni in World Cup 2019
Credit also needs to be given to England bowlers for making life difficult for Dhoni and the others in the encounter at Edgbaston last week.
On a slow pitch, their variety stood out. His intent shouldn't be questioned here.
Dhoni struggled against Afghanistan and players do have off days.
He impressed though against the likes of Australia and West Indies.
A lot of talk going on around MSD's retirement
Dhoni's retirement from cricket has been speculated ever since the 2018 tour of England.
Earlier, reports stated that one could see the World Cup be Dhoni's last outing for India.
A senior BCCI official, who didn't want to be named told PTI, "You never know with MS Dhoni. But it is unlikely that he will continue to play for India after this World Cup."
Dhoni quashes retirement talks: Report
According to a report in ABP News, Dhoni quashed retirement talks and said many people (fans) want him to quit. "I don't know when I will retire. But a lot of people want me to retire before tomorrow's game (against Sri Lanka)," said MSD.
Dhoni deserves more respect and the CWC isn't about him
Dhoni's calmness is something that has been a crucial factor for India.
He deserves every bit of respect.
Also, the World Cup isn't just about him, but the entire team.
At this stage, cornering MSD is completely unnecessary.
Many wrote him off last year, but he responded brilliantly.
Dhoni has scored 550 runs in 16 matches this year, that includes five fifties.