Team India captain Virat Kohli and wrestler Geeta Fogat became the most protected Indian athletes on Twitter this year. He likes Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni. This year there was a global lockdown due to corona, which caused sports activities to be suspended for a long time. During this time, players and fans were in touch with each other on Twitter. Former India captain Mahendra Singh announced his retirement from international cricket on August 1 this year, after which Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote a letter praising Dhoni’s contribution to cricket. Dhoni responded to the letter, which was the most retweeted tweet on Indian sports this year.
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Virat shared a photo with his wife Anushka Sharma on Twitter and informed about the new guest coming home. Her post was the most liked on Twitter. IPL 2020 is the first in terms of most hashtags in sports. This time the 1st season of IPL was held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) due to Corona. The Chennai Super Kings team led by Dhoni was the most tweeted team in IPL 2020 and the Whistlepadu hashtag is the second most tweeted on Twitter this year, while the Team India hashtag is the third most tweeted.
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This year, Virat was ranked first among the most protected Indian male athletes on Twitter, while Dhoni was second and Rohit Sharma third. In the Women’s Olympic Games, wrestler Geeta Fogat dominated Twitter and took first place, while badminton stars PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal came in second and third respectively.
Cricket is one of the most popular sports in India, but this year Twitter has the most tweets outside of cricket, with basketball (NBA) second and F1 race third. Football star Cristiano Ronaldo was the first to tweet about India’s global sports personality, followed by Australia’s explosive opener David Warner and former South African all-rounder AB de Villiers.
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