Yuzvendra Chahal Thanks Friends And Fans After His Parents Recover From Covid-19
By Aditya Pratap - Jun 10, 2021 9:19 pm
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Yuzvendra Chahal has shared a heartwarming picture with his family on Instagram, where he thanked friends and fans for their support when his parents were hospitalized after being positive of Covid-19. His mother and father have returned home healthy after defeating the virus successfully.

We Are Overwhelmed With Help: Yuzvendra Chahal Thanks Friends, Family For Support As Parents Recover From COVID-19
Chahal with his family

He thanked friends and fans for being supportive during this tough phase.

“Thank you everyone for all your prayers and support. We are overwhelmed with the help that we received from our friends/ family and all your messages. Parents are healthy and we urge everyone to stay safe,” reads the caption below Chahal’s post.

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In the image, Yuzi was seen sitting along with his father KK Chahal, mother Sunita Devi, and his wife Dhanashree Verma.

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Fans and poured more love on this post after hearing this great news from India’s premium spinner.

Chahal’s parents had contracted COVID-19 last month Dhanashree had revealed about it on social media. Chahal’s latest update was received warmly by friends and followers on Instagram. Actor Aly Goni expressed his joy by sharing folded hands emojis in the comment box.

This post received over four lakh likes in no time.

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Chahal was last seen playing cricket during the Indian Premier League 2021. He wasn’t bowling at his usual best for Royal Challengers Bangalore this season despite his team doing exceptionally well this year before the league was suspended.

After covid-19 cases emerged from different teams, BCCI decided the inevitable by suspending the season indefinitely. Now, the remaining games and four knockout games will be played in the United Arab Emirates between September and October.

Chahal is in line to be picked in the Indian squad that will tour Sri Lanka in July for the white-ball series. Team India will play three ODIs and three T20Is on the tour.