Virat Kohli is the most mentioned person on Twitter this year behind MS Dhoni and hitman Rohit Sharma

Team India captain Virat Kohli and wrestler Geeta Fogat dominated Twitter this year and became the most protected Indian players. In this case, he left behind the likes of Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni. Corona worldwide lockdowns this year, so sports activities have been stalled for days. Meanwhile, players and fans interacted with each other on Twitter. Former Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Singh announced his retirement from international cricket on August 1 this year, followed by a letter from Prime Minister Narendra Modi praising Dhoni’s contribution to cricket. The letter was responded to by Dhoni, who was the most tweeted on Indian sports this year.

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Virat shared a photo with his wife Anushka Sharma on Twitter and informed that the new guest was coming home. His post on Twitter was the most liked. IPL 2020 ranks first in terms of most hashtags in the sports sector. This time Corona led to the 13th season of the IPL in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings were the most tweeted team in IPL 2020, followed by the Whistlepudo hashtag on Twitter this year and the Team India hashtag.

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This year, Virat is ranked number one among the most protected Indian men on Twitter, followed by Dhoni at number two and Rohit Sharma at number three. Women’s Olympic wrestler Geeta Fogat dominated Twitter and took first place, while badminton stars PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal took second and third place respectively.

Cricket is the most popular sport in India, but this year Twitter received the most tweets about football other than cricket, followed by basketball (NBA) and F1 racing. Football star Cristiano Ronaldo topped the list in a 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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