Ravindra Jadeja Warms Up For Australia Series With Unique Drill. Watch | Cricket NewsNovember 24, 2020
In the video, Ravindra Jadeja will be seen pushing a cart-like object within the wet climate of Sydney© Twitter
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a video on social media exhibiting Ravindra Jadeja performing a novel coaching drill. BCCI captioned the video as: “Come rain or shine, the hustle never stops. @imjadeja #TeamIndia”. India will face Australia in three ODIs, three T20Is and 4 Tests on their 2020-21 tour. The all-rounder was final seen in motion in United Arab Emirates (UAE) through the recently-concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020, the place he performed for Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Jadeja and the Indian cricket staff are at present in a bio-secure bubble in Sydney.
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 24, 2020
In the video, Jadeja will be seen pushing a cart-like object within the wet climate of Sydney.
Jadeja was a vital cog in CSK’s unit within the IPL, however they might solely wrap up the season within the seventh place through the league section.
Even the 31-year-old had a marketing campaign to overlook as he may solely handle six wickets in 14 video games at an financial system of 8.75.
With the bat, he scored 232 runs from 14 matches at a strike fee of 171.85. His boundary depend consisted of 22 fours and 11 sixes. He additionally slammed a half-century.
From the Australia touring get together, skipper Virat Kohli will depart for house after the primary Test match as he has been granted a paternity depart by the BCCI. He and his spouse Anushka Sharma expect their first baby.
The ODIs begin from November 27, adopted by fixtures on November 29 and December 2.
The T20I sequence begins on December four adopted by video games on December 6 and December 8.
The four-match Test sequence start with the primary Test match in Adelaide, a day-night affair beginning December 17.
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