“The Nawab of twitter verse”- This tag is not just because of his comebacks but also for showering his love upon his well wishers.
Virender Sehwag, turned 38 on Thursday. The legendary batsman is considered as one of the greatest modern day batsmen.On his special day, he was flooded with lovely wishes from his colleges and fans. Upon which his emotional antiphon echoed twitter.
Among them some special messages were for his old buddies. Sehwag hasn’t forgotten Kumble’s role as a team-mate and captain. In an exclusive video reply for Team India’s coach he says “In my view, you were the best captain of the Indian team and probably the best coach.”
This series of video tweets doesn’t imprint a full stop here. He wished for Suresh Raina’s good health and airs a sentimental video for VVS Laxman. Undoubtedly, such interpersonal approach of Virender Sehwag proves, level of strong bond he matches with his contemporaries. That one can see fading between news genes.
Virender Sehwag, is a former Indian cricketer known for his swashbuckling stroke-play; often considered as the most destructive batsman of the game. An aggressive right-handed opening batsman and a part-time right-arm off-break bowler, he played his first One Day International in 1999 and joined the Indian Test team in 2001. He has the record of the most consecutive 150 plus scores in test cricket. In April 2009, Sehwag became the only Indian to be honoured as the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for his performance in 2008 subsequently becoming the first player of any nationality to retain the award for 2009.