New Delhi – Senior Indian bowler Harbhajan Singh, who made his mark in the world of cricket with the Turbanator, announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on 24 December 2021. His fans were shocked after his decision. He has released a video on YouTube about this.
In the video, he says he saved his mind long before retiring, but for some reason could not announce it. He also hinted at his new innings. At the end of the video, he said, with the new challenge, now the second chapter of my life is starting. Make sure your Turbanator is ready for testing. Just keep loving. Many thanks Joy Hind Joy India.
The off-spinner announced his retirement from cricket in a post on social media. Harbhajan Singh says in a social media post that all good things are over. Today I say goodbye to the game that gave me everything. I thank those who have made my 23 year career great. Thank you all very much.
After talking about Harbhajan’s new innings, speculation has started about his coming into politics. Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu recently met Harbhajan Singh. Ever since then, there have been rumors that Harbhajan Singh may join politics. Some time ago, it was reported that Harbhajan could join any IPL team as a support staff after retirement. This too has not been confirmed yet.
Harbhajan Singh thanked his guru for his success. In addition to her parents, she described her sisters as her greatest strength. He also promised his wife Gita Basra that he would spend more time with his two children. Harbhajan thanked all the teammates and opponents of his career. Grounds Man also thanked the umpire.
Vajji made his Test and ODI debut in early 1998. Harbhajan Singh is a former Indian cricketer and cricket commentator who has played all types of cricket for India. Singh was the captain of IPL team Mumbai Indians and Punjab in the 2012-13 Ranji Trophy season. Under his leadership, Mumbai Indians won the 2011 Champions League Twenty20. Following his 2001 cricket performance, the Punjab government offered him a role in the Punjab Police as a Deputy Superintendent of Police, but later withdrew due to Harbhajan Singh’s disapproval.