At a young age, Ravindra Jadeja had begun his successful career as a cricket player. Because of this, India had seen him as the next big thing, and sure enough, he was not disappointed. He is excellent at both the bat and bowl. He can either be aggressive or a waiting game for the bat, which makes him a good asset for his captain.
|Full Name||Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja|
|Born In||Navagam-Khed, Saurashtra|
|Bat Style||Left-Handed Batsman|
|Bowl Style||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Home City||NavagamGhed, Gujarat|
|Birth Date||December 6, 1988|
|Net Worth||$7 Million (45.2 crores)|
|Teams||Kochi Tuskers Kerala, India, India A, India Blue, India B, India Red, , West Zone, Chennai Super Kings, Rest of India, India Under-19, Saurashtra, Gujarat Lions, Indians, Rajasthan Royals.|
Jadeja has recorded 82 innings, with 19 Not Outs and 2145 runs. His highest score is 100, with an average of 34.05 and a scoring rate of 59.80.
Jadeja’s innings score is 113 with 39 Not Outs and 2411 runs. His highest score in the ODIs was 87 and had an average of 32.58. His scoring rate is 87.07.
Jadeja has 24 innings, 10 Not Outs, and 217 runs. His highest score in T20I is 44 and 15.50 on average. Jadeja’s scoring rate was 112.44.
his Innings is 145 with 59 Not Outs and 2290 runs. Jadeja’s highest score is 62 and an average of 26.63. His scoring rate is 128.15.
Jadeja has overs of 2327.5, with 5668 runs and an average of 24.97. He has 227 wickets and an economy rate of 2.43. His strike rate is 61.53.
Jadeja overs are 1426.1 with 7024 runs and an average of 37.36. He has recorded 188 wickets and an economy rate of 4.93. His strike rate is 45.52.
Jadeja has 162.1 overs with 1152 runs at an average of 29.54. He has smashed 39 wickets and an economy rate of 7.10. His strike rate is 24.95.
Ravindra overs are 476.1, with 3631 runs at an average of 30.77. He has smashed 118 wickets and has an economy rate of 7.63. His strike rate is 24.21.
Ravindra Jadeja first appeared in the Under 19 at 16 years in 2005. He then appeared in the U-19 World Cup in 2006, where he displayed splendid performance versus Pakistan.
His first-class debut was in the 2006-2007 Duleep trophy. He was playing for the West Zone in this league.
Ravindra Jadeja made his Test debut on December 13, 2012, against England at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium. In this game, India was struggling at 235/5, but Jadeja saved the day as he made 68 runs out of 57 balls. His duo with Bhuvneshwar Kumar helped India to record 319.
The last Test he played was on August 29, 2021, India versus England.
His debut was on February 8, 2009, which was against Sri Lanka at R Premadasa Stadium. In this match, he obtained an unbeaten 60 off 77 balls. The last ODI he played was on February 11, 2020, versus New Zealand at Bay Oval.
Ravindra’s T20 debut was on February 10, 2009, versus Sri Lanka at R Premadasa Stadium. In this match, Jadeja had been criticized for his slow batting in India’s loss to England, but he improved his game. His last T20 was versus New Zealand at Seddon Park on January 29, 2020. He is named for the T20 2021, which is to begin on October 17, 2021.
Ravindra made his IPL debut for Rajasthan Royals in 2008 and was crucial in the team’s victory in that season. He was even nicknamed superstar by the captain RR in 2008, Shane Warne.
He had a shoulder injury in 2015 when he had been picked for the World Cup against New Zealand. Instead, he recorded a lousy performance and was dropped by the Indian team.
For the 2021 Test against England, he was taken to the hospital for precautionary scans of a knee injury that he got during the third Test.
Ravindra had surgery in January 2021 after Mitchell Starc struck him on his hand during the Test series against Australia. As a result, he dislocated his arm and did not continue in the further Test series.