Suresh Raina’s Autobiography “Believe”

The former Indian middle-order batsman and the current key player of the Chennai Super Kings franchise, Suresh Raina, had written an autobiography named belief – What Life Taught Me. Raina is the author of this book, and he shared all the details through Instagram Live session. Raina has written about his success, failures, injures, and how he overcame those things in his career and life.

Raina has thanked everyone through the medium of this book. He thanked Air India for the scholarship, BCCI and the senior player of the Indian Cricket team for shaping his career well. He also said that he was the best fielder in the team, and he learned a lot from South African fielder Jhonty Rhodes, Rahul Dravid, Mohammad Kaif and Yuvraj Singh.

Suresh Raina’s Autobiography “Believe”

Raina retired from International cricket on 15th August 2020, and he said that he decided to return alongside MS Dhoni because Suresh wanted to spend more time with the family, and he also wanted to enjoy a short cricketing stint with CSK in the IPL.

Bharat Sundaresan is the co-author of tis book. Suresh Raina reveals his life journey from a schoolboy in Uttar Pradesh to playing for the country, which was his dream. Raina goes with this world believe from the great and Legendary Sachin Tendulkar. That word was the reason why he could come good despite the injuries, niggles and poor form. Raina was a bullied form in the past. But now, he is a cricket icon to the millions.

Suresh Raina also shares his insights from Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni, Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble, and Sourav Ganguly, which helped them be where he was is today. Raina was the best middle-order batsmen for India in the limited-overs formats.

Raina is known as the MR IPL in the cash-rich league tournament history. But he was dropped many times from the squad of the Indian team because of his poor form. Raina is the third-highest run scorer for CSK in the Indian Premier League. He has scored 5491 runs, and he is the third-highest behind Kohli and Dhawan.      

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