Harbhajan Singh Biography: Harbhajan Singh announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on December 24, 2021, ending his long career in cricket at the age of 23. He announced his announcement on social media.
“All good things come to an end and today as I am introduced to the game that has given me everything in life, I want to thank everyone who made this 23 year journey beautiful and unforgettable. Thank you very much. Grateful,” the 41-year-old tweeted announcing his retirement from all forms of life. Cricket game.
Biography of Harbhajan Singh
|Birth||July 3, 1980|
|Nickname||Bhajji, The Turbanator, Bhajju Pa|
|children||Hinaya hair blah|
|jovan veer singh blah|
|the retirement||December 24, 2021|
Harbhajan Singh’s retirement full statement
In a video message, Harbhajan said, “There comes a time in life, you have to make tough decisions and you have to move on. Last year, I wanted to make an announcement, and I was waiting for the right time to share the moment with you all. Today, I will retire from all forms of cricket.” Mentally, I retired early but couldn’t announce it. Anyway, I haven’t played active cricket for some time but due to commitment with Kolkata Knight Riders, I wanted to stay with them for IPL season (2021) but during the season I had already decided to retire.
Like every cricketer, I wanted to bid goodbye in an Indian shirt but fate had other plans. No matter which team I played for, I played with 100 percent commitment, until my team finished up front.
All that I have been able to achieve in my life, thanks to the blessings of Guruji Sant Harcharan Singh. He gave directions for my life and all of his teachings will continue to stay with me. My father Sardar Sardev Singh Blaha and my mother Avtar Kaur Blaha have struggled a lot to make sure my dreams come true. Thanks to their hard work I was able to play international cricket.
I have one request from God that if I am born again, I want to be the son of the same mother and father. God knows how many prayers my sisters pray for me. And thanks to their prayers, I got all the happiness in the world. Everything I do for them probably won’t be enough. I have missed a lot of Rakshabandhans with you. But I promise you, right now, I won’t give you even a single chance to complain. You are my stars and my sisters and I love you. You are the pillars of my family.
To my wife Geeta – I just want to tell you that your love completes me. Thank you for being with me on this trip. You’ve seen the best and the worst of me. Now I have plenty of time to stay with you and won’t give you a chance to complain that I’m not giving you time.
Hinaya Hare and Jovan Veer – You two are our lives together and when you both grow up I hope you get to know what your dad did in cricket. I am glad that I will have so much time to spend with you and that I can see you grow up.
I talk about my cricket career. My first moment of joy was when I scored a hat-trick in Kolkata, and became the first Indian to do so in Test cricket. During that streak, she took 32 wickets in three matches, and that’s still a record.
The 2007 World Cup, and of course winning the 2011 World Cup was the most important for me. These are unforgettable moments that I will never be able to forget. I cannot describe in words how much happiness I got from him.
During this trip, I’ve had the company of many people, few of whom are fortunate. Of those, some became friends and some became part of my family. From under 14s to seniors in India and IPL – I would like to thank all my teammates and all the opponent players, but also all the coaches, referees, media and everyone who encouraged me to do well in life. From the bottom of my heart I would also like to thank all those fans who prayed for me when I was representing the Indian cricket team.
I also want to thank the President of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sourav Ganguly, and Secretary Jay Shah, and all the members of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry. I also thank the Punjab Cricket Association. Deputy Pandove sir, is Bindra sir, both of them will always be very close to my heart.
Cricket has been and will always be an integral part of my life. I have served Indian cricket for many years and I will try to make sure that I will continue to serve Indian cricket in the future.
I don’t know what the future holds for me. But today I am what I am thanks to cricket. I will be happy to serve Indian cricket in any role. A new chapter in my life has begun, and I think the Turbanator is ready for that test as well. Thank you all. Hind’s place.
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