As there’s no cricket these days due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, Indian Test batsman Hanuma Vihari, like other fraternities, has decided to interact with fans on social media.
The Q/A session on social media platform Twitter has become a trend of cricketers engaging in interactive sessions with fans nowadays given the COVID-19 lockdown.
Vihari, who is known to be a quiet personality, had also a Q&A session with fans on Twitter where he introduced another personality – a straight-forward person by brilliantly handling all tough questions with ease and answering them with a clear approach.
Like other cricketers, the right-hander was also thrown tough questions by fans but he was clear with his choices which made his job easy while interacting with fans on Twitter.
One of those questions was to pick his favorite cricketer of all time, and Vihari, who made his Test debut against England in 2018, named Sachin Tendulkar.
The youngster was also asked to pick between Rohit Sharma and David Warner as the best One Day International opener, and he made his choice without any hesitation by simply tagging Indian opener.
The 26-year-old had to again face another tough question, as a fan asked him to pick the best captain and he could not come up with a single option, as he named MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli as best captains.
Noteworthy, Vihari made a place for himself in the national side with his brilliant performance in a short span of time in which he has scored 552 runs in nine Tests including a century against West Indies so far.