India captain MS Dhoni has said the chances of him being available to defend India's World Cup title in 2015 aren't guaranteed, and that he will take a call two years prior to the tournament which will be held in Australia-New Zealand. Dhoni, who has been around since 2005, has been captaining India in all three formats, in addition to his role as wicketkeeper-batsman.
"If you see 2015, three and a half years to go, I don't really know where I will stand. Everything needs to go off well and then close to 2013, I will have to take a call whether I can be 100% available for the 2015 World Cup," Dhoni said.
"Because at the end of the day you don't want a wicketkeeper part of the side who has not played at least 100-odd games - at least close to 80-100 games going into the World Cup. So that's a call that needs to be taken. But if everything goes off well, 2013 end will be the time where we will have to carefully study the body and see what can be done", Dhoni added.