IPL 2020: Hardik Pandya reveals son's name before leaving for UAE; receives new toy from Bengaluru

First Published 18, Aug 2020, 12:18 PM

Bengaluru: India all-rounder Hardik Pandya is preparing for the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) which starts on September 19. He will represent Mumbai Indians (MI). Ahead of his travel to the UAE for the Twenty20 tournament, Hardik has revealed the name of his newborn son. And, also he has shared the picture of the first toy for his son.

<p>Hardik announced his engagement with Natasa Stankovic in January this year. Later, during the coronavirus lockdown, they got married.</p>

Hardik announced his engagement with Natasa Stankovic in January this year. Later, during the coronavirus lockdown, they got married.

<p>Also, during the lockdown, Hardik announced that they were expecting their first child.</p>

Also, during the lockdown, Hardik announced that they were expecting their first child.

<p>On July 30, Hardik and Natasa were blessed with a baby boy. The Indian all-rounder posted pictures of his newborn on social media.</p>

On July 30, Hardik and Natasa were blessed with a baby boy. The Indian all-rounder posted pictures of his newborn on social media.

<p>He often shared images of his workouts on Instagram. He has been active on social media. Now, he posted on Instagram story about the toy which he has got for his son.</p>

He often shared images of his workouts on Instagram. He has been active on social media. Now, he posted on Instagram story about the toy which he has got for his son.

<p>In the picture posted by Hardik, he can be seen sitting on a Mercedes AMG toy car. He captioned it, “Thank you @amgbangalore for Agastya’s first AMG (sic).”</p>

In the picture posted by Hardik, he can be seen sitting on a Mercedes AMG toy car. He captioned it, “Thank you @amgbangalore for Agastya’s first AMG (sic).”

<p>On Saturday (August 15), MS Dhoni retired from international cricket and Hardik posted a tribute to the former captain. “There’s only one MS Dhoni. Thank you my friend and elder brother for being the biggest inspiration in my career. Will miss playing with you in the blue jersey but am sure you will always be there for me and will keep guiding me,” he wrote with pictures.</p>

On Saturday (August 15), MS Dhoni retired from international cricket and Hardik posted a tribute to the former captain. “There’s only one MS Dhoni. Thank you my friend and elder brother for being the biggest inspiration in my career. Will miss playing with you in the blue jersey but am sure you will always be there for me and will keep guiding me,” he wrote with pictures.

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