Presenting a new and aggressive face of the Indian cricket team, Suresh Raina, the left-handed middle-order batsman, is one of those cricketers who have swung on the sea-saw of their career. At times, he shone bright like the Sun in the game, while at other times he has given some slack performances too. But undoubtedly, he stormed back after every failure and caught the attention of the selectors at the national and international level.
Suresh Raina’s Personal Information
Lovingly called Sonu by his family and friends, Suresh Raina was born on 27th November 1986 in Muradabad, Uttar Pradesh. In the year 1999, he moved from Ghaziabad to Lucknow, to pursue training in Sports at the Guru Govind Government Sports College.
After going through rigorous training, he became the captain of the Uttar Pradesh U-16 team. It was then that his journey to professional cricket started. The Indian selectors made him a part of the U-19 tour to England at the age of 15 years. He bagged a pair of half-centuries in those matches. The same year, he also played against Sri Lanka with the U-17 team. At the age of 16, he made his debut performance at the Ranji Trophy for Uttar Pradesh against Assam in February 2003. In 2004, he played in the U-19 World Cup and scored three half-centuries, including a 90 scored off only 38 balls. Following this, he was awarded a Border-Gavaskar scholarship to train at the Australian Cricket Academy.
He made his Test debut against Srilanka in the year 2010. It will not be an exaggeration if we give him the credit for winning the 2011 World Cup as his performance in the quarter-final and the semi-final was outstanding. Unfortunately, due to certain injuries and controversies surrounding him, Raina could not find his name on the permanent list of Indian Cricket teams.
Raina is the first Indian player to hold a century in all three formats of the game. And also, he is the second youngest cricketer to become the captain of the Indian Team. He revived his game in 2014 with a century in ODI in England. But again in the 2015 World Cup, his performance dipped and he was axed from the team. Due to personal reasons and injuries, he could not recover his image as a good player then. But lately, Raina played the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, India's domestic T20 tournament, in early 2018 and was recalled to the Indian side for the T20 series in South Africa.
Raina has played some quite magnificent strokes in the IPL series for the Chennai Super Kings. He is currently the highest run-scorer in the history of IPL.
Suresh Raina and his Birth Chart
Date of birth: 27 November 1986
Time of Birth: Not Known
Place of birth: Muradnagar, Uttar Pradesh India
According to Suresh Raina’s Janampatri, he is born with Scorpio Ascendant and Virgo Moon sign. The favorable position of Ascendant lord, Mars, a fiery planet and the planet responsible for sports in the house of happiness has given him a keen interest in cricket. The placement of Sun, another fiery planet in the house of Ascendant has made him the courageous and valorous person.
In his horoscope, planets have helped him get many accolades to his name. He has also captained the Indian cricket team and is the second-youngest player ever to captain India. He is the first Indian batsman to hit a century in all three formats of international cricket.
In the upcoming year, as per Suresh Raina’s birth chart, the benefic Jupiter will be transiting through the 2nd and 3rd houses respectively. Thus, this will be a time of giving some extraordinary performances. He will be able to gain acceptance, appreciation, and recognition from everyone. He is also likely to do some advertising and promotion activities. His risk-taking capabilities will improve.
His main focus will be on having happiness and contentment. However, since Saturn, the slowest moving planet of the zodiac will be aspecting his house of hard work and happiness respectively, thereby, at times he will be bothered about the speed. His efforts will take time to give him the desired results. (Also read: What does the Saturn transit 2020 have in store for you) link to saturn transit article once published
On the personal front, he will be able to understand and appreciate the opinion of others. Health will be okay barring few ups and downs.
Summarising the kundali of Suresh Raina, we can say that he is likely to be blessed with success along with some extraordinary play which will bring him happiness and feeling of contentment. He is likely to get new opportunities which will help him bring name and fame and his monetary inflow is likely to improve.
We wish him success in all the matches, on-field and off-field, and may he put his best foot forward each time he holds the bat in his hand.
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