Chennai Super Kings cricketer Suresh Raina is staying fit and keeping himself ready if in case the cash-rich Indian Premier League takes place. Also Read - COVID-19 Cases Cross 1.6 Lakh-mark; Death Toll Above 4,600; Shah Speaks to CMs Over Lockdown Extension | Key Points

Under a 21-day lockdown, Raina shared a video where he is working out in his house with his daughter. The CSK veteran is an important member of the MS Dhoni-led side. Also Read - IPL | MS Dhoni’s Team Meetings With Chennai Super Kings Weren’t More Than Two Minutes Long: Parthiv Patel



From doing planks with his daughter on his back to doing some leg exercises, Raina, who may be in the fag end of his career is keeping himself ready amid lockdown. Also Read - COVID-19 Crisis: ECB Delays Start of Domestic Season Till August But Windies Series in July Likely to go Ahead

“Working out with toddlers can be quite the challenge but then again — weighted planks and innocent giggles. What’s not to love?” his tweet read.



From using star power to spread awareness among the citizens to donating money toward the relief fund, Raina has been at the forefront of the coronavirus fight.

Not long back, Raina was in Chennai for the pre-IPL camp of the Chennai Super Kings. He trained with Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni, Piyush Chawla among others in the first week of March before the camp was suspended.

Meanwhile, with the coronavirus outbreak affecting most major sporting events, it is highly unlikely that the cash-rich Indian Premier League will take place.