Dhoni hopes Australia controversy will end with IP
Though the controversies relating to India's tour of Australia are refusing to die down, ODI captain M S Dhoni is hopeful that things will be sorted out once the BCCI-backed Indian Premier League gets underway from April 18.
"Controversies are not a great thing to happen. Once the IPL starts, I think every thing will be sorted out," Dhoni told newsmen.
A dozen of Australians, including allrounder Andrew Symonds, are set to play for different teams in the IPL.
On Harbhajan Singh giving interviews to the media, Dhoni said the offie was only sharing his experiences of his Australian tour.
"He (Harbhajan) is a mature guy and has studied everything. He has only shared his experiences (of the Australian tour)", Dhoni said when he was asked about some of the recent comments by Harbhajan on the controversies involving him in Australia.
Dhoni said he was enjoying the company of his family members and bike-riding in his home town.
"I am happy with my pets too and taking care of my bikes," Dhoni said.