The involvement of the multi-talented Indian Ravindra Jadeja in the Test series against Australia remains a mystery. Jadeja, who has been out of action due to a knee injury, has been added to India’s squad for the first two tests against the Australians, but a call on his availability will be taken ahead of the first test as it has yet to be announced. fully recovered. On Twitter, Jadeja shared a video of him bowling on the nets, but with protective tape wrapped around his right knee.
“Left arm around #priority,” Jadeja captioned the video.
left arm around
— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja)
Jadeja injured her knee during an Asian Cup match against Hong Kong last year. His previous first-class match was the rescheduled one-off test at Edgbaston against England last July.
Jadeja has not played any competitive cricket since T20I against Hong Kong in the Asian Cup on August 31 and his previous first-class match was the rescheduled single Test at Edgbaston against England last July.
The all-round star missed the T20 World Cup last year in which India suffered an embarrassing 10-wicket defeat at the hands of England in the semi-final.
He is reportedly set to play Saurashtra’s final group stage match at the Ranji Trophy. The game is scheduled to start on January 24.
“It will be good if he plays for Saurashtra. It probably will, but I don’t have any further details,” Saurashtra Cricket Association Chairman Jaydev Shah told PTI.
The left-handed batsman is seen as a vital cog in India’s line-up, especially in the absence of Rishabh Pant at No. 5 or 6 in the middle order.
(With PTI Inputs)
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