IPL Astrology 2024 : After a ten-year hiatus, Navjot Singh Sidhu will rejoin the broadcaster.

Navjot Singh Sidhu, a politician and former Indian batsman, is expected to return to the commentary box in the Indian Premier League 2024. Sidhu announced his “Sidhuisms” will return to television with the IPL, after a decade and a half apart.

In 2024, Sidhu will make a comeback to IPL commentary in Hindi, according to Star Sports, the official IPL TV broadcaster. As early as the season opener between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings, the former batter will start his second stint as a commentator.

“Hope is the biggest ‘tope,” a wise man once observed, in a post shared by Stars Sports on their official ‘X’ account. And our Amazing StarCast has welcomed this sage, the legendary @sherryontopp! STARTS MAR 22, 6:30 PM onwards, LIVE on Star Sports Network. Don’t miss his amazing commentary (and gajab one-liners) in #IPLOnStar!”

“World Cup mood will be set by the IPL. Nothing further is going on with cricket. World attention is focused on the IPL. It is here that players from other countries, as well as Indians, may grab a spot in the T20 World Cup, Sidhu stated.

Recognized for his eccentric banter and flamboyance, Sidhu successfully transferred his charm and style to the commentary booth, transforming the IPL into an entertaining new league.

Sidhu expressed his excitement about going back to his “home ground” in an exclusive interview with India Today.

It’s true that I’m a born commentator. I am that. Much like the great Guru bestowed upon us our turban. My turban helps people to identify me. Sidhu stated in a Star Sports-facilitated conversation, “I am a very lucky guy because my pastime is my profession.
There will be those who, although they formerly desired to play cricket, are now doctors. A certain group of folks who once only wanted to play games are now managing businesses.

Few people will be able to pursue their passions without interference. When you embark on a joyful endeavor, time seems to fly by. You’re quite fortunate. It’s a boon, really, to have commentary. My comfort zone is providing analysis, so it will be my home ground,” he continued.

According to Sidhu, the IPL paid far more in its early years than he could have as a well-known cricket player in India.

“I entered commentary after quitting cricket, but I wasn’t sure if I could make the transition. After 10 to 15 days of the World Cup, the term Sidhuism was spoken. At first, I wasn’t too confident. I was the only person strolling along the lane. Yes, it was Sidhuism Lane.

In the IPL, I was earning Rs 25 lakh a day, as opposed to Rs 60–70 lakh for the duration of the competition. It was the passing of time, not the money, that brought me satisfaction. It was rather lovely.”

In Chennai’s M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, the next IPL season will get underway on March 22. The following teams are competing in the Indian Premier League this year: Mumbai Indians, Kolkata Knight Riders, Lucknow Super Giants, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Gujarat Titans, Punjab Kings, Rajasthan Royals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, and Sunrisers Hyderabad. The tournament’s initial two weeks’ schedule has been made public by the BCCI.

The Lok Sabha elections of 2024 will result in a total of 21 matches spread over 10 cities throughout this time. Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Chennai Super Kings will be the opening match.

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