IPL 2021 Phase 2: Suresh Raina calls Ambati Rayudu ‘Bahubali’, says he is a tough man – Check out video – Chennai Super Kings batsman Suresh Raina, who made his comeback into the Yellow Army in IPL 2021 after missing out on an entire season in 2020, called his teammate Ambati Rayudu Bahubali. He also went on to say that Rayudu is a tough man.
IPL 2021 Phase 2: Chennai Super Kings shared a trailer of Suresh Rain’s interview where he can be seen talking about his likes and dislikes, his friendship with CSK skipper MS Dhoni and his other teammates.
— Chennai Super Kings – Mask P😷du Whistle P🥳du! (@ChennaiIPL) June 24, 2021
IPL 2021 Phase 2: Raina announced his comeback into the CSK side with an outstanding fifty in IPL 2021. However, his form went south after the first match as he could only score 123 runs in seven games. IPL 2021 was postponed due to rising cases of COVID-19 in India and breach of bio-bubble created by BCCI.
IPL 2021 Phase 2: Meanwhile, Raina has been quite active in off-field activities and social media since his retirement from international cricket in 2020. Cricketer turned author- Suresh Raina, who released his autobiography ‘Believe’ earlier this month, posted a tweet emphasizing the importance of yoga as the world celebrates International Yoga Day.
On this #InternationalDayOfYoga let’s indulge in the harmony of nature, uniting the mind & body, thoughts & actions. It’s a reminder for all of us to include yoga in our everyday routine & involve the younger generations too for a holistic approach to health & well-being. pic.twitter.com/iA2spCA6dt
— Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) June 21, 2021
IPL 2021 Phase 2: Suresh Raina posted a meaningful long message on Twitter deliberating fans on the essence of yoga in our daily routine. Besides posting the pictures of him and his daughter performing the morning yoga session, CSK’s Suresh Raina tweeted, “On this #InternationalDayOfYoga let’s indulge in the harmony of nature, uniting the mind & body, thoughts & actions. It’s a reminder for all of us to include yoga in our everyday routine & involve the younger generations too for a holistic approach to health & well-being.”