Ravindra Jadeja‘s curly hair and beard have made some new fans for him from Australia. Jadeja certainly made an impact on Day 2 of the third Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy at the Sydney Cricket Ground with his bowling and fielding prowess.
However, the guy seems to be making fans Down Under with his grooming as well.
Australian fans love Jadeja’s Curly Hair
Freelance presenter, journalist, and commentator Melinda Farrell went on Twitter to voice her astute observation about the ongoing Test match between the two cricketing giants in Sydney, more specifically, that about Jadeja.
One more important thing about Jadeja that I’ve observed this series. He now has the best hair in men’s international cricket. I feel very strongly about this. Don’t @ me. Unless you agree, of course. #AUSvIND
— Melinda Farrell (@melindafarrell) January 8, 2021
“One more important thing about Jadeja that I’ve observed this series. He now has the best hair in men’s international cricket. I feel very strongly about this,” she tweeted.
Her followers and some other fans of the game happened to agree with her:
Not just hair, his beard too.
His beard is best than his hair!!
— Danny (@Ddnyana) January 8, 2021
Every Indian to sir Jadeja 😁😁😁 pic.twitter.com/mQlOuriACZ
— Shrikant (@MrShrikantK413) January 8, 2021
haha I second you, in fact I was furious when someone tweeted he needs a haircut
— AK (@rwamit) January 8, 2021
One thing about Jadeja we all know. He would agree he has the best hair.
— Chris Bingham (@binghach) January 8, 2021
Belongs in a beach hut somewhere. Magnificent stuff
— Oliver Jones (@oliverjones1988) January 8, 2021
Ravindra Jadeja was clearly the best player in the Indian squad during Australia’s first batting innings. Having gone wicket-less on Day 1, the all-rounder scalped four of them on Friday followed by a staggering run-out to dismiss Steve Smith and wrap up their batting lineup for a total of 337.
Indian commentator Harsha Bhogle described Jadeja as a ‘three-dimensional player’ and could not have been more accurate. We have already seen his brilliance with the ball and on the field. Given his form with the bat in limited-overs cricket for the country during the Australia tour, he is expected to play a key role in India’s attempt to go 2-1 for the series.