1. MS Dhoni
The former Indian skipper is one of the greatest and successful captain of all time. He hogged the limelight after he debuted in 2004 with a long hair.
India lifted the inaugural T20I World Cup in 2007 under his captaincy. Later India won the 2011 World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy. Later in 2014 Dhoni announced his retirement from Test cricket.
In 2017 he handed the captaincy role to Virat Kohli, under whom the current Indian team is playing. Dhoni will play as wicketkeeper-batsman in the upcoming World Cup.
By the end of the tournament Dhoni will cross 38. Although he is one of the fittest cricketers, yet the upcoming World Cup will be his last. So it won’t be a surprise if he bids adieu to cricket after the 2019 mega tournament.