IPL 2021: Players celebrate Mother’s Day by sharing unseen pics- Check

IPL 2021: Players celebrate Mother's Day by sharing unseen pics- Check
IPL 2021: Players celebrate Mother's Day by sharing unseen pics- Check

IPL 2021: Players celebrate Mother’s Day by sharing unseen pics- As the nation celebrates the indomitable spirit of motherhood on Sunday, Indian cricketers poured heart-warming wishes for their moms on the occasion of Mother’s Day.

While legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar thanked his mother for always loving the former Indian cricketer, Virender Sehwag penned an emotional poem for his mom in Hindi.

“Mothers are the ones who pray for you no matter how old you get. For them, you are always their child. Blessed to have two mothers in my life who have nurtured and loved me always. Wishing Aai and Kaku a very Happy #MothersDay, sharing some photos from the past,” Tendulkar tweeted. 

Indian Test team’s vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane on Twitter wrote, “Today on Mother’s Day let’s pledge to serve our Motherland and strive to fight and come out of these difficult times together A big salute to all the frontline warriors for doing what you’re doing, selflessly. Every single day.”

Former Indian cricketer Suresh Raina termed his mother as the “biggest inspiration” and thanked her for showing the southpaw the right path.

“Thank you mom for always being my pillar of strength & showing me the right guidance. You will reamin my biggest inspiration! Wishing a very Happy #MothersDay to all the strong moms #LoveYouMa,” Raina tweeted.

IPL team Delhi Capitals posted photos of their star player with moms. The caption of the post is,” Here’s to all the tigresses, pillars of strength to everyone around them and a source of unconditional love.” 

While former KKR captain Dinesh Kartik shared an unseen photo of himself with his mom. Dinesh wrote, “To the world she’s a mother, but for the child she’s the absolute world. That mom-loving child in me still remains the same! Happy Mother’s Day Ma! #MothersDay.”

Star Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan also wished the “greatest teacher” (mother) a happy Mother’s Day.

“My greatest teacher and my best friend- happy Mother’s Day Ma,” Dhawan captioned the post on Instagram.

On Saturday, athletes from the Indian hockey contingent thanked their mothers for their unconditional and endless love, prayer, and support that has helped them achieve success in the sport. 

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