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In lieu of MS Dhoni‘s number seven, the BCCI has chosen to retire Sachin Tendulkar‘s number ten. Stated differently, No. 7 will remain exclusive to Indian cricketers going forward. Before making his India debut, a cricket player is usually free to select the jersey number of his choice.

Dhoni effect: No 7 jersey may remain unused by India players - myKhel

They can choose any number between 1 and 100, per ICC regulations, but the BCCI has reportedly told the young Indian players that they can no longer request the No. 7 jersey, according to an Indian Express story. 2017 saw Tendulkar’s No. 10 removed from the list.

“M S Dhoni’s number seven jersey should not be worn by the younger players or members of the Indian team at this time,” For his contributions to the game, the BCCI has decided to retire Dhoni’s T-shirt. No. 10 was already removed from the list of available numbers, and No. 7 cannot be obtained by a new player, according to a senior BCCI official.

Three and a half years after Dhoni hung up his boots in August 2020, the decision has been made. But against New Zealand in Manchester, England, during the 2019 World Cup semi-final, he made his final appearance in India’s No. 7 jersey.

One of the most recognizable figures in Indian cricket history would be Dhoni. He is the only captain to have triumphed in each of the three white-ball ICC tournaments.

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