Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh join India Maharajas to feature in LLC Masters 2023


The former Indian cricketer and one of the best T20 players, Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh have joined India Maharajas ahead of the upcoming season of LLC Masters 2023. The team which failed to qualify for the final of the tournament will get more support from the former left-handed cricketer.

Without any doubt, Suresh Raina has always remained a live wire on the field who can take acrobatic catches and can change the face of the game at moment. The 36-year-old has featured in 18 Test matches for India and scored 768 runs with only one hundred and 7 fifties.

In the limited-overs format, Suresh Raina played 226 ODI's and 78 T20Is where he plundered 5615 and 1604 runs under his belt. In the cash-rich contest, the former Indian cricketer has featured in 205 matches, scoring 5528 runs, one of the highest in the history of the Indian Premier League. 

We would focus on bringing the trophy home: Suresh Raina

Suresh Raina

After being roped by India Maharajas for the forthcoming season of LLC Masters, Suresh Raina was pleased to express his feelings. "I am looking forward to being part of LLC Masters. The format is such that we will be representing India again.

It is always a pleasure to represent your country. We would focus on bringing the trophy home this time. I am really looking forward to playing with all the legends," Suresh Raina was quoted as saying by India Today.

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Raman Raheja, the CEO and Co-founder of this tournament (LLC Masters) was pleasured to welcome the former Indian cricketers Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh. "We have added almost 20 new senior players for this season to the pool of 50 fifty players.

We welcome Raina and Harbhajan to the Legends League Cricket. We hope to see some fireworks from these greats of the game for the India Maharajas," said Raman Raheja as quoted by CricTracker.