Kedar Jadhav On His Return: Indian batsman Kedar Jadhav is away from the team for a long time. He played the last match for Team India in February 2020. There was a time when Kedar Jadhav was an important part of the Indian team in limited overs cricket. Maharashtra batsman Jadhav had a great performance in Ranji Trophy 2022-23. On the other hand, Kedar Jadhav said about his return that my job is to perform every day, the rest is up to the selectors.
In IPL 2023, Jadhav was included in the team by RCB in place of David Willey. On the other hand, Jadhav is handling the command of Kolhapur Tuskers in the Maharashtra Premier League being played these days. He also played a brilliant inning of 85 runs in a match played against Solapur Royals on Tuesday in the league.
38-year-old Jadhav talked about his comeback in an interview given to ‘Hindustan Times’, in which he told that he is just enjoying his game. Jadhav said, “Expectations only lead to disappointment. Right now I am just enjoying my game and I know that if I enjoy every day and keep scoring runs, the results will show soon.
The batsman further added, “My job is just to perform every day and in every single tournament that I am a part of. Then these selectors will decide whether I am fully fit or not. It is his call and not in my hands.
International career so far
Please tell that Jadhav has played 73 ODIs and 9 T20 Internationals in his international career so far. While batting in ODIs, he has scored 1389 runs at an average of 42.09. During this, 2 centuries and 6 half-centuries have come out of his bat, in which his high score has been 120 runs. Apart from this, Jadhav has added 122 runs in T20 International, in which the high score has been 58 runs.
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