Suresh Raina Biography: Education, Career, Indian Cricketer
Suresh Raina is an Indian former Cricketer of India who has been playing for all three cricket formats he is the only player who made a century in all three formats. Suresh Raina has been the no. 1 fielder of the world because his caches and running in the ground is always as an active Cricketer. Suresh Raina declared his retirement of all the formats after the announcement of MS Dhoni. Suresh Raina currently plays for Chennai Super Kings in IPL. Suresh Raina was the part of playing 11 in 2011 world cups and he grabbed attained a match with run and Fielding.
Suresh Raina Personal Life
Born: 27 November 1986 (age 34 years), Muradnagar
Mother:- Parvesh Raina
Father:- Tirlokchand Raina
Spouse:- Priyanka Chaudhary
Children:- Gracia Raina
Suresh Raina cricket information
ODI debut : 30 July 2005 v Sri Lanka
Test debut: 26 July 2010 v Sri Lanka
Last ODI: 17 July 2018 v England
Last Test: 10 January 2015 v Australia
T20I debut: 1 December 2006 v South Africa
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The Early Life of Raina
Suresh Raina belongs to Kashmiri Hindu who used to live in Rainawari, Srinagar. He was born and raised in a military background. At the starting age he did not that he will play cricket or not but when he completed 14 years then he decided to took admission to Specialist Government Sports College and started his career as a cricketer. Currently, he lives in Uttar Pradesh At Rajnagar Ghaziabad. Suresh Raina has an older brother his name is Suresh Raina.
The career of Suresh Kumar
in 2000, Suresh Raina decided to play cricket and he left his home Muradnager and attend the guru giving Singh sports college in Lucknow. He used to become the captain of under – 19 in Lucknow and his performance came into selected eyes and became the Prominence in those days. When he completed his 15 and half years. he got selection in U – 19 in the test tour of England where he made a pair of half-centuries.
Later he was selected for the Sri Lanka tour, Ranji trophy 🏆 in under – 19 games. Suresh Raina debut in the Ranji trophy against the Assam in 2003 at the age of 16. in the 2003 season this was the last match in this season. Later in 2004, he was selected for Ranji trophy under-19 world cup. in this u -19 he scored 3 half-centuries including a 90 scored off only 38 balls. Suresh Raina was awarded a Border-Gavaskar scholarship to train at the Australian Cricket Academy in 2005.
Retirement of Suresh Raina
Suresh Raina announced his retirement after MS Dhoni first Dhoni, Dhoni did his retirement from international cricket on 15 August 2020. Soon Suresh Raina also announced his retirement by saying to Dhoni it was a lovely journey with MS. Dhoni.