Yuvraj teases Rohit and Ritika’s adorable photo
Indian players are currently busy in social media. Their social media account have flooded with posts and comments after the lockdown has started. Besides, fans are also enjoying the banters between the players regarding funny photo and comments.
Indian opener Rohit Sharma took the Instagram handle, to share an adorable picture with his wife Ritika Sajdeh with the caption, “Always hold on to what you love”, in the image. After he uploaded the adorable photo with his wife, fans flooded the comments section with heart-warming messages for the couple. While, it was Yuvraj Singh who took on Rohit’s caption that left fans in a enjoyable things to see.
Yuvraj asked Rohit if he can hold onto his cheeks, taking a cue from the opening batsman’s caption. “I love your cheeks can I hold on to them,” Yuvraj left a comment on Rohit’s post.
“Yuvi brother, you are great,” a fan said.
“Yuvraj, for that you will need Ritika’s Permission,” another one joined in.
After Yuvraj left the comment, Yuvraj and Rohit engaged in teasing each other on social media as they rarely miss out on an opportunity to pull each other in the post.
The former India all-rounder extended his wishes to Rohit on the batsman’s 33rd birthday which recently oend the banter when wished .Rohit received a special wish from his current and former Indian Premier League teammates via a video message on the first day of May. The Mumbai Indians Skipper who is 33-year-old, thanked his teammates but took a dig at Yuvraj for his hairstyle in the Twitter post.
“Thank you so much guys.Yuvraj, lockdown has seriously hit your hair the hardest,” Rohit had said in a tweet.
Since the coronavirus pandemic halted the sporting activities in the country and Rohit was away from training session. Therefore,
the right handed batsman posted an image on Instagram to reveal his first outdoor training session last week.
Rohit is working out at home to maintain their fitness as gyms much like most of the Indian cricketers across the country. The Indian cricket board shut the plan to return in cricket as a precautionary measure to stop the spread of the virus.