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“A new beginning for the Indian legend”, Twitter reacts as Suresh Raina signs up for Abu Dhabi T10 League 2022

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In a piece of unexpected news, fans of Suresh Raina were given a surprise on Tuesday. The news came up that the former India cricketer had signed up to play in the upcoming T10 League. Many fans were ecstatic to know that Raina would return to the field. On that note, here, we take a look at how Twitter reacted as former India player Suresh Raina signs up for Abu Dhabi T10 League 2022.

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Suresh Raina to play in Abu Dhabi T10 League 2022

T10 League is a format that is becoming popular in recent months. However, due to the lack of a popular Indian face involved in the format, the visibility was less. That said, the format has been given a boost now. Former India cricketer Suresh Raina will play in the upcoming edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League. He will represent the defending champions Deccan Gladiators.

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The next edition of the tournament will start on November 23rd. Deccan Gladiators will be in action on the first day. Hence, the fans can get to witness Raina in a new format from the inaugural day itself. Raina’s team will also include the likes of Andre Russell, Nicholas Pooran, Jason Roy, Taskin Ahmed, Odean Smith, and Mujeeb Ur Rahman.

Twitter reacts to the unexpected news

After Suresh Raina announced his retirement, his fans were curious to know about his next step. In both the SA20 League and the Emirates T20 League, the slots were filled by most teams. While Raina went on to play in the Road Safety World Series, his fans were expecting a bigger move from him. Raina has now hinted at his future plans as he signed up to play in the Abu Dhabi T10 League. The Uttar Pradesh cricketer has a cult following. He has a massive fanbase and hence, there were plenty of reactions on social media. We take a look at some of them below:

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