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Yuzvendra Chahal Pokes Fun At Rohit Sharma And His Wife’s Workout Video

Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal (Credit: BCCI)

Yuzvendra Chahal and Rohit Sharma have constantly been trolling each other on social media in the last few months. The two Indian teammates are very good friends both on and off the field which shows in their fun rivalry online. Chahal once again poked fun ar Rohit and his wife’s new workout video.

Meanwhile, the cricketers have landed in the UAE to ply their trade in the IPL. Currently, they are in their mandatory quarantine before they begin their outdoor training. However, the cricketers have already begun their training inside the hotel rooms to gear up for the prestigious league.

Mumbai Indian skipper Rohit Sharma recently shared a video where he was seen doing fitness drills with wife Ritika Sajdeh. Mumbai Indians are the only team which has allowed players to travel with their families for the tournament so far.

“Stronger together,” Rohit captioned the video. 

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Stronger together đź’™

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Chahal pokes fun at Rohit and his wife’s video

Soon after the video surfaced on social media, it went viral. It also garnered a lot of reaction from across the globe. Team India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal also joined the bandwagon and poked fun at Rohit Sharma and his wife.

Chahal came up with a hilarious reaction on Rohit’s Instagram post and asked the Mumbai Indians skipper if Ritika was preparing to open the batting during IPL 2020. Former South Africa cricketer Herschelle Gibbs also lauded the couple’s workout video.

Yuzvendra Chahal pokes fun at Rohit Sharma and his wife’s new video (Credit: Instagram)

Meanwhile, Yuzvendra Chahal, who recently got engaged with Dhanashree Verma, will turn up for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2020. He will have a task at hand as Bangalore chase their maiden IPL trophy.

The 13th edition of the cash-rich league will start from September 19 and will run until November 10. This will be the first time in the history that the grand finale will take place on a weekday. The cricketers will remain in a bio-secure bubble throughout the tournament keeping the COVID-19 in mind.