Cricketers with the most unique Twitter bios
Hashim Amla and Darren Lehman's Twitter bios are something you cannot miss.
Published - Dec 2, 2017 9:18 pm | Updated - Dec 3, 2017 8:53 pm
There was a time when fans really found it difficult to communicate with their favorite cricketers, but that was all before the inception of Twitter. Ever since social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat have turned an integral part of people’s lives, they are getting to know their favorite stars a lot better than they did previously.
Twitter took birth in July 2006, but it started to spread like wildfire around about 2009-10. It provides a perfect platform for celebrity and fans’ interaction and it also is a lot convenient for the celebrities. It gives them an option to interact only with the ones they want to.
Talking of Twitter and cricketers, Virender Sehwag is a name which should be mentioned for sure. Ever since he retired from the gentlemen’s game in 2015, Sehwag took up the role as a Hindi commentator in Star Sports and has been doing a wonderful job. In addition to that, his hilarious Tweets often keeps the fans engaged with him.
Although we don’t find many cricketers from the 80s on Twitter, you would fail to find one cricketer who is not on Twitter, Instagram or some other sites in the contemporary world. We all are familiar with the bio option on these sites, which helps us introduce ourselves to the world in a unique way.
Henceforth, we filtered some of the popular cricketers’ bios which are incredibly sarcastic, message-oriented or the one which makes you think hard about its reference.
1. Shahid Afridi (Pakistan)
Boom Boom is my title, Shahid Afridi Foundation is my dream
2. Jonty Rhodes (South Africa)
Former Jack-in-the-box cricket player, Current Jack-Of-All-Trades; Coach, Commentator, and Traveller.
3. Hashim Amla (South Africa)
Dig for truth..not gold. Curiosity skilled the cat. Beards are the new six-pack. No facebook – No Instagram.
4. Ravichandran Ashwin (India)
Professional cricketer – represent the Indian cricket team and Tamil Nadu.Sarcasm and optimism my forte.
5. Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
Has as been cricketer still plodding along Instagram #SangaLeftHander
6. Ryan ten Doeschate (Netherlands)
Take the risk of thinking for yourself, much more happiness, truth, beauty, and wisdom will come to you that way.
7. Tim Paine (Australia)
In and under onballer who had to choose cricket over footy due to constant leather poisoning. Kookaburra Player.
8. Darren Lehman (Australia)
Very old, bald cricketer that loves watching the game. Enjoys having a beer with the general public and all the beautiful things that Australia has to offer.
9. Dirk Nannes (Australia)
Apparently, I’m a sax playing, Japanese speaking, Olympic snowboarding, abseiling, millionaire professional backpacker, with rock-solid, backfoot defense. I wish!
10. Ian Bishop (West Indies)
To speak evil of no man, to be not contentious, but gentle, showing all meekness toward all men.
11. MS Dhoni (India)
Member TEAM INDIA, Biker, Gamer, Hindi retro aficionado, an absolute pet-lover and perennially hungry for chicken butter masala.
12. Dale Steyn (South Africa)
Terrible guitar player!
13. Matthew Hoggard (England)
A former Pie thrower! A current Pie Throwing Coach.
14. Sunil Narine (West Indies)
Life is what u make it!
15. Chris Lynn (Australia)
Hate losing more than I love winning!