Suresh Raina, the legendary batsman of the Indian cricket team, has retired from international cricket. Suresh Raina announced his retirement on Saturday. Soon after MS Dhoni announced his retirement, Suresh Raina announced his retirement.
Suresh Raina posted a post on Instagram “Mahi Bhai It was great to play with you. I also join you in this journey with great pride. Thanks India, Jai Hind.
Suresh Raina’s statement on retirement
Suresh Raina announced his retirement soon after the retirement of MS Dhoni. At the same time, his entire statement has also come out.
Suresh Raina wrote, I announce my retirement with a lot of mixed feeling. I have lived cricket in every village and street in my childhood before making a place in the Indian team. I have only known and understood cricket and it runs in my veins. There is not even a day when I have not remembered the love and blessings given by God and people. ‘
Suresh Raina further said, I did not want to let those blessings go waste and return everything to the game, my country and whoever was a companion of my journey. I had surgery many times, many disappointing moments also came in my career but I never did wrong thing. I would not have gone through this phase without the support of people. My journey could not have been complete without the support of my parents, wife Priyanka, my children Gracia and Rio, my brother, sister and all the family members. ‘
Suresh Raina further said that all my coaches always showed me the right direction. Physician, trainer all helped me a lot. The Indian team players also supported me a lot. I got a chance to play with the best players in India. I got a chance to play under the leadership of legendary captains like Rahul Bhai, Anil Bhai, Sachin Bhai, Chiku and especially Mahi Bhai. Mahi Bhai guides me like a friend and mentor.
Suresh Raina also thanked the fans and said that whatever I am today is because of the fans. Apart from this, he congratulated Indian cricket and Uttar Pradesh cricket and said that thanks to a boy coming from UP to fulfill his dream of playing India.