Suresh Raina was one of the key players of the Indian national cricket team. During his journey, he played many pivotal knocks for the Men in Blue.
The biggest specialty of Suresh Raina was the way he played a fearless brand of cricket, particularly during the run-chases. Moreover, his contribution to India shall never be forgotten.
The experienced cricketer announced his retirement from international cricket back on August 15, 2020. In fact, he retired from the international circuit, just hours after his close friend MS Dhoni called it quits from international cricket.
On the other hand, Suresh Raina has played a plethora of IPL games since the start of the tournament. He has been one of the pillars of the Chennai Super Kings’ set-up and is also the leading run-scorer for the club.
The cricket fraternity was taken aback after “Mr. IPL” failed to attract bids in the IPL 2022 mega auction. The four-time IPL champions released him ahead of the auction.
On September 6, 2022, Suresh Raina announced his retirement from IPL and domestic cricket. Meanwhile, he is set to begin a new chapter in Legends League Cricket Masters 2023.
Suresh Raina to take part in Legends League Cricket Masters
Some months ago, the southpaw was part of the ongoing Road Safety World T20 2022. The experienced campaigner represented India Legends in the tournament.
Now, he will be featuring in the Legends League Cricket Masters. The tournament is scheduled to begin on March 10, 2023, at the Asian Town Cricket Stadium in Doha.
Suresh Raina will be representing the India Maharajas team in the Legends League Cricket Masters 2023. Meanwhile, the Legends League Cricket took to their official Twitter handle and announced Suresh Raina as the latest entry to the league.
The caption of the post reads, “We are pleased to announce @ImRaina as the newest Maharaja to join the @IndMaharajasLLC!” The post went viral in no time on the internet.
Meanwhile, Suresh Raina said, “I am looking forward to being part of LLC Masters. The format is such that we will be representing India again. It is always a pleasure to represent your country. We would focus on bringing the trophy home this time. I am really looking forward to playing with all the legends.”
Raman Raheja, who is the Co-Founder & CEO, of Legends League Cricket, said, “We have added almost 20 new senior players for this season to the pool of 50 fifty players. We welcome Raina and Harbhajan to the Legends League Cricket. We hope to see some fireworks from these greats of the game for the India Maharajas.”