When Virender Sehwag asked Kane Williamson ‘Ab, kya karoge’ and hailed Roger Federer as an “inspiration”

It is that time of the day, when we bring you the daily Sehwagism dose. Hasn’t he redefined birthday wishes? When he played, he did the same with batting. Virender Sehwag has a knack of doing things his way and even after his retirement, he continues entertaining us with his unique ways.

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson turned 26 on Monday. On Sunday, he became the youngest cricketer to register hundreds against all Test playing nations. Sehwag wished the baby-faced Kiwi captain by calling him a “special player” for registering hundreds against every Test nation and that too at such a young age, and further asked him, “Ab, kya karoge?” (What’s next?) ALSO READ: Fans praise Virender Sehwag for his wit and humour on Twitter

The day also marked tennis legend Roger Federer‘s 35th birthday. Sehwag tweeted a picture of Federer with a Team India jersey. He called Federer, “an inspiration”.

By his standards, Sehwag’s tweets today were much mellowed down.