Suresh Raina’s Second Child
Indian cricketer Suresh Raina has been blessed with a baby boy. The Chennai Super Kings batsman took to his Twitter to announce about the arrival of his child.
He posted a comment on the social networking site that read,” “The beginning of all things wonder, hope, possibilities, and a better world! We are proud to welcome our son & Gracia’s little brother – Rio Raina. May he flows beyond boundaries, bringing peace, renewal & prosperity to everyone’s life.”
He also shared a picture of himself with his wife and the new-born child. The child is their second child. The couple has a daughter already who was born in 2016 and whose name is Gracia. The boy is named Rio.
The beginning of all things – wonder, hope, possibilities and a better world! We are proud to welcome our son & Gracia’s little brother – Rio Raina. May he flows beyond boundaries, bringing peace, renewal & prosperity to everyone’s life. pic.twitter.com/SLR9FPutdx
— Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) March 23, 2020
Raina’s CSK teammate Harbhajan Singh congratulated Raina and his wife Priyanka on his Twitter. He wrote,” Congratulations @ImRaina and Priyanka for the baby boy.”
His IPL team Chennai Super Kings also greeted the batsman and his wife by commenting, “ Kutti Thala is here. Lots of #Yellove and #WhistlePodu to @_PriyankaCRaina and @ImRaina for the newest addition to the #superfamily. “It also posted a picture of Raina, his wife, and their daughter together in a playful mood.
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) March 23, 2020
Raina married his girlfriend Priyanka Chaudary on April 3, 2015.
Raina Was At CSK Training Camp Before It Was Called Off
Raina has not played for the Indian team since July 2018. He was last seen playing cricket in IPL 2019. Raina took part in the Chennai Super Kings training camp along with his other teammates Dhoni, Ambati Rayudu, Piyush Chawla in the first week of March, which was later cancelled due to Corona outbreak.
There are also doubts about whether the mega cricket event IPL will take place or not after it was postponed from March 29th to April 15th.
Meanwhile, the batsman praised the people providing essential services during the coronavirus pandemic.