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  1. While Team India is yet to negate South Africa's challenge in the Test series, former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was on his way to the Rainbow Nation on Thursday to join his teammates for the six-match One-Day Internationals (ODI) series. Dhoni, who retired from the longest format in 2014, will undoubtedly be crucial for India to script a comeback in the limted-overs series after their Tests debacle against the Proteas. But, even before stepping foot in the Rainbow Nation, Dhoni faced a South African in his flight. The Jharkhand cricketer was accompanied by none other the fielding maestro Jonty Rhodes, who - given his love for India - seems to be more Indian than a South African. Rhodes was travelling to his home country along with his kids India and Nathan Jon. There are always feelings of concern when family leaves after 2 incredible months together, but I need not have feared; as they were in safe hands @msdhoni getting some advice from India and Nathan Jon on how to play in SA - he told them “mujhe pata hai” #SAvIND dhanyavaad Mahi pic.twitter.com/8wurojjCF3 — Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) January 25, 2018 Taking to Twitter, Rhodes shared a picture of Dhoni - who was seen holding his son Nathan - with a caption: "There are always feelings of concern when family leaves after 2 incredible months together, but I need not have feared; as they were in safe hands @msdhoni getting some advice from India and Nathan Jon on how to play in SA - he told them “mujhe pata hai” #SAvIND dhanyavaad Mahi". Given India's batting woes on the bouncy wickets and seaming conditions, we hope that India and Nathan has given enough advice to Dhoni on how to bat in South Africa as his team aims to return to the winning ways in the ODI series - slated to begin from 1 February - after losing the three-match Test series.
  2. The South African cricket team might not have won a World Cup yet, but their cricketers - both former and current - have won over fans on multiple occasions. Whether it was Alan Donald, who set the standard for pace bowling or, nowadays, AB de Villiers who plays like the laws of physics don't apply to him, there has always been something alluring about South African cricketers. There were match winners like Lance Klusener, whose bat met the ball like a wrecking ball meeting a wobbly building. Then, there were the dependable men like Jacques Kallis who were equally good with the bat as they were with the ball. They all made batting and bowling look so attractive that we often branded ourselves with their surnames during our gully cricket endeavours. But, amongst all of those popular South African stars, there was one more. He was decent with the willow and could have potentially bowled too. But, those weren't the things he was famous for. Jonty Rhodes was born to field and he did just that on the international level. Such was his popularity that during local matches a good catch would naturally provoke chants of 'Arrey, Jonty' amongst the teams. © BCCL Today, he's long retired from the game but his exploits continue to echo in international cricket. More importantly, it's his love for India that has earned him more love and support of the billion cricket fans in the country. Post retirement, he took up the job of fielding coach for Mumbai Indians. There was something wonderful about seeing him and Sachin in the same dressing room. But staying in India has arguably changed his life. He isn't one for flashy cars or jet planes. The man roams around on an Enfield bullet. He has been from one corner of our country to the other and he wants to discover even more. There is something so inspiring about that. He belongs to a country they call the 'Rainbow Nation' and yet he lauds our diversity. They have the best roads back in South Africa. But somehow he just loves the hustle & bustle of ours. © Instagram/@jontyrhodes8 And, his latest endeavour seems to be in search of moksha. The former South African great is currently on a family vacation across the country. He recently shared a picture of his family bathing in the Ganga river last week. "Not everything needs to be proven," Rhodes captioned a photo which also had his wife and kids alongside him. © Instagram/@jontyrhodes8 The next photo on his Instagram profile was of his cute daughter India Rhodes who was seen rolling a chappatti which was eventually used as a pizza base. "India Rhodes earning her keep by helping roll organic, locally grown, mandwa ka atta for @puresoulcafe pizza base," he wrote in the caption. © Instagram/@jontyrhodes8 The photo of his daughter was followed by a picture of his wife Melanie who was gearing up for a dip in the Ganga river. The photograph also carried a caption that read: "Find your own path to Moksha". © Instagram/@jontyrhodes8 And it seems like the family is getting a taste of life in the mountains too as another post shows Jonty's daughter India helping feed cattle at a Himalayan boutique hotel. The proud father captioned the adorable picture, “She may be a Mumbaikar by birth but India Rhodes is just as at home in the countryside.” © Instagram/@jontyrhodes8 After clicking a few photos by himself, Jonty, too, was captured before taking a dip in the Ganga river. "Sharing the sacred #ganga," he wrote on Instagram.