WATCH: Ravindra Jadeja Takes Baby Steps Towards His International Comeback, Southpaw Hits The Nets

WATCH: Ravindra Jadeja Takes Baby Steps Towards His International Comeback, Southpaw Hits The Nets

Ravindra Jadeja sustained injury during 3rd Test against Australia.

Ravindra Jadeja has begun taking baby steps towards his recovery from the finger injury that he sustained on Day-3 of the 3rd Test against Australia in Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2021. The star Indian all-rounder informed his fans with a clip in which he can be seen bowling a few overs and hitting few balls for sixes.

The left-handed all-rounder is an integral part of Team India’s plans going ahead in the upcoming T20 World Cup. He was in top form in the ODI and T20I series against Australia. Even, he played match-winning knocks and spells against Aussies.

Ravindra Jadeja Hits The Nets After Almost 2 Months

In the past few years, Jadeja has reserved his place in the longer format as well. His presence gives much-needed stability to Team India in bowling and batting. So far he has donned national jersey in 51 Tests, 168 ODIs, and 50 T20Is and grabbed 447 wickets across all the formats.

However, he will not be available for Team India in the upcoming T20I series against England. In a press conference, Virat Kohli said that the squad looks fine. But, it will look perfect once Ravindra Jadeja joins the squad. As per him, Jadeja offers them an extra bowling and batting option that plays an important role in every game.

“I feel the squad right now what we have barring Jaddu (Ravindra Jadeja) who will come back whenever he is fit is the squad that I feel is the most balanced in front of the all options readily available for us,” Kohli told the press on the eve of the first T20I against England in Ahmedabad.

Recently, Ravindra Jadeja took to his official Twitter handle and shared a clip in which he was spotted rolling his arms for almost after 2 months. Meanwhile, he also batted for a few overs in the net session. The Indian all-rounder also gave a caption to his post that read, “Feeling good. holding bat n ball after two months.”

Here is the clip:

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I am Jasvinder Singh, a content specialist editor at Kheltalk, who is a sports enthusiast. I try to cover every cricket game being played on the planet. For me, sports is not limited to just writing but also playing it on the field as well.
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