Ravindra Jadeja about to retire from Test!
CRICDOT DESK : In a shocking development, Ravindra Jadeja may announce his retirement from test cricket. One of the best all-rounders, the southpaw has been the cornerstone of the test team for the past few years, and his number is staggering. The left arm spinner can take important wickets and his ability to perform practical runs in lower order makes him even more effective.
Well, who can forget his field skills? With these skills, Jadeja will be the captain‘s delight in the longest gaming format. In fact, he has been considered in overseas tests around the star-off spinner Ravichandran Ashwinn. However, it is not known that the 33-year-old may have said goodbye to test cricket to extend his White ball career.
Meanwhile, one of Jadeja’s teammates, Dainik Jagran, says all-rounders can say goodbye to the cricket test. In particular, Jadeja suffered a forearm injury in his home series with New Zealand last month and had to take part in the final test. Due to the same problem, he has not participated in the South African series test team. Fans are hoping for an immediate comeback, but it’s possible that all-rounders won’t be seen in friendly matches.
Speaking of the overwhelming number of test crickets from Jadeja, left-handed batters took part in 57 tests, averaging 33.76 and averaging 2195 runs. He also has a hundred in his name. Jadeja also got 232 wickets with an average of just under 25 and an economic rate of 2.41. In particular, he was the fastest left-handed bowler who achieved 200 wickets in test cricket, which he achieved in his 44th match in 2019.
Meanwhile, India will hold three tests in South Africa. From December 26th, Boxing Day will be held at Centurion’s Supersports Park. In addition to Jadeja, people like Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill and Axar Patel also miss the test series due to fitness issues. So it would be interesting to see what the visiting team would look like. Ashwin may be recognized as the best crank because Axar and Jadeja are not available.