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From Saina Nehwal to Hima Das, Sporting Icons Welcome 2020 And Wish Fans Happy New Year

Saina Nehwal (L) and Hima Das. (Photo Creditr: @NSaina/@HimaDas8)

Saina Nehwal (L) and Hima Das. (Photo Creditr: @NSaina/@HimaDas8)

Indian sports stars wished their fans a prosperous new year as they welcomed 2020 and big goodbye to the last decade.

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A decade was left behind as the world celebrated 2020 and welcomed the new year with much fervour. The sporting fraternity was not left behind in the new year celebrations as they dove right into the festivities. From Saina Nehwal to Hima Das, a number of sporting personalities took to social media to wish their fans.

Saina Nehwal posted a photograph of herself and her husband and 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap to wish her fans for the new year.

Saina also put up a photograph of herself in a shimmering royal blue dress as she celebrated the arrival of 2020.








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Hima Das also posted her photograph and wished for one and all to have a great 2020, "filled with hope, happiness and prosperity."


PV Sindhu also posted a series of photographs on Instagram from 2019 in different attires as she jogged back the memory lane and said she was looking forward to 2020. From 2020, she asked for "Genuine friendships and less forced interactions. More laughter and less tears. Zero drama."

The Indian Football Team Twitter handle shared a video of various Indian footballers wishing everyone on the new year. Indian women's team stars Ashalati Devi, Bala Devi, Aveka Singh and Grace Hauhnar Lalrampari along with Farukh Choudhary and Brandon Fernandes of the senior men's national team were part of the video.


Here are various other wishes from the sports industry:









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