The year 2020 started with the news of Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya getting engaged to Natasa Stankovic and presently, the couple has become proud parents of a baby boy. Now one more Indian player has decided to settle down in life by choosing to take the first step towards marriage.
Yes, you guessed it right! We are talking about none other than Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal who has got engaged to a choreographer and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma. On Saturday, the Indian spinner shared the news of his engagement on his social media account and soon his fans and friends started congratulating the couple.
Yuzi made a post in which he can be seen with Dhanashree and undoubtedly they both look just amazing. In the caption, Chahal wrote, “We said “Yes” along with our families #rokaceremony”.
Here is the post:
Yuzi is quite active on social media networks and he is often involved in friendly banters with individuals from the cricketing fraternity. Danielle Wyatt, the England women cricketer, also shares a good online bond with Yuzi and she also congratulated him on Instagram by commenting, “Congrats yuziiio”.
Chahal is certainly very popular among the foreign players as well due to his online presence and good sense of humour.
During an interview with a cricketing portal, Danielle has revealed that she may have had some friendly online banter with Yuzvendra Chahal but they both haven’t met in person till date. She also praises Yuzi’s bowling skills and his sense of humour which is apparently visible through his online activities.
No cricketing events took place for 3-4 months due to the coronavirus pandemic but now the unlock phase has started with which cricketing events also began and the England-West Indies test series took place in England. Danielle has also started outdoor training as England will be facing South Africa soon.
On the other hand, Yuzvendra Chahal will be hitting the ground in the last week of August as his team will reach UAE. Yuzi is a pretty important player of Royal Challengers Bangalore which is led by the Indian skipper Virat Kohli. The IPL 2020 will be taking place in UAE from September 19 and the finals will be played on November 10. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chose UAE as the venue because the number of coronavirus patients in India is still on the rise and organizing the tournament in such circumstances would have been risky.
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