Suresh Raina, spouse Priyanka welcome 2nd child, title child boy Rio
India cricketer Suresh Raina and spouse had been blessed with a infant boy on Monday, his Chennai Super Kings teammate Harbhajan Singh revealed.
Harbhajan Singh took to social media to share the information and said: "Congratulations @iamraina and Priyanka for the infant boy".
Suresh Raina published on social media that the couple has named their toddler boy, Rio. The celebrity cricketer additionally shared a image of himself with his spouse and the newborn.
"The commencing of all matters wonder, hope, chances and a higher world! We are proud to welcome our son & Gracia’s little brother - Rio Raina. May he flows past boundaries, bringing peace, renewal & prosperity to everyone’s life." Raina wrote.
The toddler boy is Suresh Raina and Priyanka's 2d child. They had emerge as dad and mom in 2016 when Priyanka gave start to their daughter, whom they named Gracia.
Shortly earlier than Harbhajan Singh tweeted, Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Chennai Super Kings took to social media and welcome their 'Kutti Thala'. Notably, Suresh Raina is fondly known as 'Chinna Thala' in Tamil Nadu as he has been as necessary member of CSK's title-winning groups over the years.
Suresh Raina closing performed for India in July 2018. The World Cup 2011 winner has no longer performed aggressive cricket considering the fact that IPL 2019. The all-rounder underwent a knee surgical operation in August ultimate yr and used to be present process recovery.
Suresh Raina educated with his Chennai Super Kings teammates MS Dhoni, Ambati Rayudu, Piyush Chawla amongst others in Chennai for the duration of the 1st week of March earlier than the coaching camp used to be known as off due to Covid-19 pandemic.
CSK have been gearing up for IPL 2020 however the cash-rich T20 league has now been suspended till April 15 due to novel coronavirus.
On Sunday, Suresh Raina took to social media to pay his tribute to India's necessary provider vendors who have been working tirelessly no matter the lockdown imposed in a number of states even as the Covid-19 instances are rising in the country.
The Covid-19 pandemic has jolted the international carrying calendar with countless high-profile occasions being cancelled or postponed. The Board of Control for Cricket in India, aside from suspending IPL has additionally suspended all home cricket till the mid of April.