Profession of top 16 Indian cricketers wives before marriage

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Cricket has turned out to be the heart and soul of the nation India. While the cricketers strive hard with each passing day to attain tremendous glory, how many of us actually think of their support systems back home?


The wives of these stars have always been under the scanner of the public eye ever since they began making it to the stadium to cheer for their better halves. While many of these able ladies have let their professional goals to provide all the support, several others have retained theirs and have managed to strike a balance between career, home, and celebrity status. These ladies have proved well beyond doubt that behind every successful man, there’s always a woman.

Today, let’s have a look at the top 16 wives of Indian cricketers and their profession:


1.) Sakshi Dhoni

MS Dhoni’s wife Sakshi was engaged in Hotel management studies before marriage. She worked as a trainee at the Taj Bengal in Kolkata.


2.) Ritika Sajdeh

Ritika Sajdeh, wife of Indian opener in limited overs format, Rohit Sharma, is a sports manager who manages a number of sportspeople which includes Rohit as well. Ritika is a working woman who regularly deals with sports events and matches.


3.) Dipika Pallikal

Dipika Pallikal is married to the Indian ace cricketer Dinesh Karthik. She is a squash player and is also the first Indian to break into the top 10 in the PSA women’s ranking. Dipika became the first Female squash player to be rewarded with the Arjuna Award. She was also honored with the Padma Shri award which was given to her in 2014.


4.) Sheetal Gautam

Sheetal Gautam is married to Robin Uthappa and is a former professional Tennis Player.


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