Will Ravindra Jadeja recover in time for the third Test? All Rounder releases big NCA update

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Ravindra Jadeja Shares A Photo On Instagram


Ravindra Jadeja is currently the No. 1 all-rounder in the ICC Test rankings, but as a result he suffered a hamstring injury during the first Test against England in Hyderabad, missed the second Test and has been ruled out of action for a good time. amount of time.

He shared a photo of himself in which he could be seen nursing his NCA injury in Bengaluru. The chances of his return during the IPL 2024 He looks tame and there are speculations that he might miss the 2024 ICC T20 World Cup as well.

Ravindra Jadeja suffered a hamstring injury during the fourth day of play of the first Test in Hyderabad. India lost the Test by 28 runs and also lost Jadeja for the rest of the series.

However, the hosts made a brilliant comeback in the second Test by defeating England by 106 runs. Jasprit Bumrah was named Player of the Match for his brilliant figures of 9/91 and India did not miss the services of Ravindra Jadeja and KL Rahul.

KL Rahul was also ruled out of the second Test after complaining of pain in his right quadriceps. However, KL Rahul’s injury was not serious and he is expected to return for the third Test of the series.

The date of Jadeja’s return to cricket cannot yet be predicted and will depend on how well he recovers. Returning to the field without proper rehabilitation can cause further damage and be a threat to her career.

Ravindra Jadeja shared a post on his Instagram account where he could be seen nursing his injury at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru. He captioned the post. “Improving🤞”. Fans across the country and beyond wish him a speedy recovery and hope he recovers soon and takes the field.

Watch: Ravindra Jadeja posts photo of him ‘improving’ after getting injured in first Test

Ravindra Jadeja is currently the number one Test all-rounder in the ICC rankings and performed extremely well in the first Test where he took five wickets in the first Test match and scored 87 in the first innings. He ran out in the second innings, resulting in India losing the match and he also suffered an injury during the run he was making while running out.

India and England face each other in a five-match Test series that is currently tied 1-1 after both sides claimed victory in the series. The hosts lost the first Test in Hyderabad and then won the second Test by a huge margin of 106 runs in Vizag. India have not lost a test series at home since defeat against England in 2012, when they were beaten by Sir Alastair Cook’s side 2-1 in the four-match series.

India have won 16 consecutive series since the 2012 loss against England and will hope to continue this unbeaten streak by defeating ‘Bazball’ England in the ongoing series.