Indian cricketer Suryakumar Yadav on Sunday reached the Siddhivinayak temple to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha on the first day of the new year 2023.
Sharing a picture on Instagram, the 32-year-old captioned, “Feeling blessed at the Siddhivinayak temple.”
SKY will be seen in action in the upcoming T20I against Sri Lanka. He managed to shine for India last year, becoming the only Indian to be nominated for the ICC Men’s T20I Cricketer of the Year.
Suryakumar Had a sensational 2022 in the shortest format of the game, with his 360-degree strokeplay becoming just the second batsman to score more than 1000 runs in a year in the format. He ended the year as the highest run-scorer with 1164 runs at an average of 46.56 and a ridiculous strike rate of 187.43.
His tally of 68 sixes in 2022 is the most hit in the format in a year by a reasonable distance. With two hundred and nine half-centuries in the year, Suryakumar was undoubtedly the men’s T20I batsman.
Suryakumar had spread his fire in the Men’s T20 World Cup AustraliaScored 239 runs at an impressive average of 59.75 and a tremendous strike rate of 189.68, including match-changing fifties against South Africa, Zimbabwe and the Netherlands.
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In the second T20I against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui, he hit 11 fours and seven sixes all over the park at a strike rate of 217.65, finishing unbeaten on 111 off 51 balls, his second T20I century.
But it was his maiden T20I century against England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, with 117 off 55 balls, that caught the eye of cricket fans. From 31/3 in the run chase of 216, Suryakumar lifted India with his outrageous stroke-making, helping the visitors chase down the target. Suryakumar took the team close to an incredible victory.
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