Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja hit the nets on Thursday as he practiced batting and bowling after making a return to the field last week following his thumb surgery.
Jadeja recovers from thumb surgery
He had suffered a blow to his left thumb while batting on Day 3 of the third Test against Australia in Sydney. After going for scans, it was found that Jadeja had dislocated his thumb.
After a gap of two months, the all-rounder held the bat and ball and wasn’t able to hide his excitement. He posted a short clip on Twitter in which he can be seen working on his game in his trademark style.
‘Feeling good. holding bat n ball after two months #gettingready #focusonyourself,’ Jadeja tweeted.
Earlier on March 9, Jadeja went through a fielding drill where he was seen taking a few catches. He shared the video with the caption, “Slowly but surely.”
— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) March 11, 2021
Jadeja Reply to Rajasthan Royals’ Question
Team India and Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja believes he will be the best cricket player in the world by the year 2025. In response to the IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals’ question about the same, Jadeja replied by writing his name in the comments section.
The official social media handle of the franchise is famous for being the best admin amongst the eight IPL teams, for sharing some of the wittiest posts, and coming up with some of the best responses.
On Wednesday, the handle put up a question “Who will be the world’s best cricketer in 2025?”
Jadeja, who is recuperating from the thumb dislocation injury, will be representing MS Dhoni led Chennai Super Kings in the upcoming season of the IPL.