One of Team India’s finest match-winners in limited-overs cricket was Suresh Raina. In addition to giving the captain a spinning option, the left-handed player, played some memorable innings during his career and was a superb fielder. In addition to his work with Team India, he is revered as one of the founding members of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), five-time IPL champions. Raina recently announced the opening of an Indian restaurant in Amsterdam with the name “RAINA” after saying goodbye to cricket. Suresh Raina, a former India batsman who is no longer playing for his country in international cricket, released a video of his strenuous workout on social media. Scroll down to Suresh Raina’s Desi Training Video
Suresh Raina’s Desi Training Video Goes Viral
While on a business trip to Amsterdam, Suresh Raina uploaded a training video to Instagram. Instead of going to the gym, Raina chose to exercise in his front yard. In a vest and shorts, the former Indian batter was seen scooping up a Mudgal like a professional wrestler. He also performed pushups and Dumble movements during the session.
Former Indian cricketer Suresh Raina has started a new chapter in his life by launching a restaurant. The Raina Indian Restaurant in Amsterdam first opened its doors earlier in June. Going here will allow one to experience authentic Indian cuisine. Suresh Raina captioned the video as, “To Desi-mode from Amsterdam. It is so satisfying to get home, get back to work, and get the week started.”
Since it was posted on Instagram, the video has received millions of views. Famous Indian cricketer SN Sreesanth commented on the video, “Keep at it, brother. You appear wonderful. Brother, until then.” In reply to Sreesanth’s comment, Raina wrote to his teammate, “Thanks Govinda, see you soon.”
Additionally, a few fans branded the comment section by adding phrases like “Champ” and “Mr. IPL.”
The two of them were a part of the Indian side that won the ODI World Cup. On Tuesday, side India defeated West Indies in the third ODI to win the series 2-1. Despite this, there are still a lot of unanswered concerns over the team’s playing lineup for the World Cup later this year in India.