Suresh Raina has already done his bit in this fight against the deadly coronavirus by donating Rs 52 lakh.
India lifted the World Cup trophy in 2011, after a gap of 28 years, when they beat Sri Lanka in the final at the Wankhede Stadium on April 2 that year.
Ajinkya Rahane joined the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Suresh Raina who have donated funds in the country's fight against coronavirus pandemic.
India went into a 21-day "total lockdown" at midnight on Tuesday, with anyone ignoring the order facing up to two years in jail and a fine.
Suresh Raina trained with his Chennai Super Kings teammates MS Dhoni, Ambati Rayudu, Piyush Chawla among others in Chennai during the first week of March before the training camp was called off due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Suresh Raina, like many other cricketer and other athletes, took to social media to urge the people of the country to stay indoors to counter the coronavirus pandemic.
The ICC shared the video of MS Dhoni's famous run out from the T20 World Cup 2016.
Suresh Raina and wife Priyanka earlier had a daughter, Gracia, in 2016.
Suresh Raina urged people to understand the need of social isolation and requested them to maintain hygiene.
MS Dhoni will be seen on the cricket pitch for the first time since the semi-final of the 2019 ICC World Cup.
The cricket fraternity congratulated Indian women's team after they qualified for their maiden T20 World Cup final.
The players have started gathering at the various franchise headquarters as the stage is being set for the IPL 2020, beginning on March 29.
MS Dhoni is set to be back in action at the IPL, where he will captain the Chennai Super Kings, starting March 29.
Several athletes wished Army personnel on the occasion of Army Day, which is celebrated on January 15.
Suresh Raina is currently undergoing rehabilitation for a knee surgery that he underwent in August.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) shared VVS Laxman's Test career highlights on his 45th birthday.
Gautam Gambhir, India's top-scorer in two World Cup triumphs -- 2007 World T20 and 50-over World Cup in 2011 -- turned 38 on Monday.
Suresh Raina questioned the decision to send MS Dhoni at seven in the World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in which India fell short by 18 runs while chasing 240 in 50 overs.