RCB: ‘Could Not Play For CSK’, Dinesh Karthik Will Regret This In His Career

'Could Not Play For CSK', Dinesh Karthik Will Regret This In His Career

RCB: RCB batsman Dinesh Karthik has revealed that he will regret only two things in his cricket career.

Dinesh Karthik has done his job well so far in IPL 2024. But Karthik has recently revealed that he will always regret two things in his career.

The Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman revealed that his first regret is not being retained by MI and the second regret he will always have is not playing for Chennai Super Kings.

RCB: Had to leave MI even after winning the title

Dinesh Karthik has played with many IPL teams in his career. He was a part of Mumbai Indians in the years 2012 and 2013. During this period he also won his first IPL title with MI. But even after this the franchise did not retain him and he had to leave the team.

Dinesh Karthik said, “I don’t have many regrets in life. I’m not that kind of person, but if I have two regrets in my cricket career about the IPL, one would be the fact that I didn’t get retained, because I felt MI was a team that really wanted me to grow and “Could have helped me become a better player.”

Couldn’t play for CSK

Dinesh Karthik regrets not playing for Chennai Super Kings. Karthik, a resident of Chennai, played a lot of cricket in his city, but he could not play for his city itself. However, he believes that he has a lot of respect for the CSK team.

Karthik said, “And the second fact would be that, obviously, I could not represent CSK till now. But I understand this, although I regret that I could not play.

Also Read: CSK vs KKR: How Did CSK Stop KKR’s Winning Streak? Varun Chakravarthy Told The Reason For Defeat

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