Ajinkya Rahane and wife Radhika welcome baby boy, share post on Twitter

Mumbai batter Ajinkya Rahane announced that he and his wife Radhika Dhopavkar welcomed a son on Wednesday.

“This morning Radhika and I welcomed our little boy into the world. Both Radhika and the baby are doing well and are completely healthy. We want to thank you for all your love and blessings,” the cricketer wrote on Twitter. This is the second time that Rahane and Radhika have become parents. They already have a daughter, Aarya, who was born in October 2019.

Recently, Rahane made headlines in the Duleep Trophy when he sent young batter Yashasvi Jaiswal off the field due to disciplinary issues. This decision by Rahane had to be made at the behest of the umpire.

Jaiswal had a verbal altercation with South Zone batter Ravi Teja between the 50th and was stopped 2-3 times for this. Reportedly, Jaiswal had also uttered a few explicit words during the heated discussion with Teja. The umpires and Ajinkya Rahane themselves intervened to calm things down, but when Jaiswal continued to sled, even after several warnings, the West Zone skipper had no choice but to ask Jaiswal to leave the field, who eventually returned to the field left in the 65th.

In the Duleep Trophy, Rahane captained West Zone and under his leadership, his team took the title by beating South Zone by 294 runs. He hit very well, scoring 250 runs in three games in five innings. The righthanded batter also made a double century in the tournament.

The hero of Mumbai cricket will now take the lead for the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Players like Yashasvi Jaiswal, Prithvi Shaw, Sarfaraz Khan, Shardul Thakur, Shams Mulani, Tanush Kotian, Dhawal Kulkarni and Tushar Deshpande are in the squad.

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