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Ravindra Jadeja – Cricket Career, IPL Scores, IPL Profile 2020

Ravindra Jadeja IPL Proifle , Run & Records, Batting Bowling Career 

Ravindra Jadeja is an Indian cricketer. His Full Name is Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja. He is Born On 6 December 1988  in  Jamnagar. Now he is  31 years Old. He is Slow left-arm orthodox. Now he is Playing IPL For Chennai Supar Kings in  2020.

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Ravindra Jadeja – personal Information , Records Biography

  • Born: 6 December 1988 (age 31 years), Jamnagar
  • Test debut (cap 275): 13 December 2012 v England
  • ODI debut (cap 177): 8 February 2009 v Sri Lanka
  • T20I debut (cap 22): 10 February 2009 v Sri Lanka
  • Last ODI: 11 February 2020 v New Zealand
  • Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indian Cricketer: Ravi Jadeja

Ravindra Jadeja is a highly experienced Indian cricketer, also known by his initials, RAJ. As a leading cricketer of India, RAJ has won several matches and titles in different formats of the game. RAJ is a versatile all-round player who is known to play as either a hard-hitting right-handed orthodox bowler or a medium-paced left-arm spin bowler.

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Indian Cricketer: Ravindra Jadeja

Ravindra Jadeja is a highly experienced Indian cricketer, also known by his initials, Ravindra Jadeja. As a leading cricketer of India, Ravindra Jadeja has won several matches and titles in different formats of the game.

Ravindra Jadeja is a versatile all-round player who is known to play as either a hard-hitting right-handed orthodox bowler or a medium-paced left-arm spin bowler.

RAJ is the captain of the Saurashtra Cricket Club and is a member of the Mumbai Indians cricket team. In the recent past, he has represented the Chennai Super Kings and the Mumbai Indians.

On the field, he has a reputation of being a strong player, who can bowl quick balls and hit the field with heavy balls. Apart from that, he is known for his excellent batting technique and his batting stance.

Ravindra Jadeja is also a renowned right-handed batsman. He has represented Mumbai Indians in several domestic and international matches. He has even captained the side in some of the match winning games.

Ravindra Jadeja started his career playing for the Mumbai Indians under Sourav Ganguly. He has played a number of matches for Mumbai Indians, scoring two centuries.

After the departure of Ganguly, Raheja made the switch to the Chennai Super Kings and has been playing for that club ever since.

However, after Ganguly retired, he joined the Chennai Indians as a batsman in their second team. He has also played for the Saurashtra Cricket Club.

Cricket has always been one of the major activities in Ravindra Jadeja’s life. He has played in a number of cricket tournaments all over India and around the world, as well as in England. Besides, he is also an active participant in various other sports and games.

Ravindra Jadejawas a part of the Mumbai Indians side that won the IPL title. in 2020. Ravindra Jadeja was the leading run chaser for the team, who were expected to win the championship trophy.

Ravindra Jadeja scored a match winning fifty in a match against the Chennai Super Kings. His hundred in the match was also his tenth century of the season.

Marathis are known to have a very strong right-handed batting ability. Thus, Ravindra Jadeja has the potential to be a successful player in this regard. He is said to be good at hitting the long ball and is capable of hitting the boundary regularly.

 

However, Ravindra Jadeja needs to work on his technique if he is to become a part of the senior Indian squad. With the recent influx of youngsters into the squad, the competition among the seniors will increase. However, Ravindra Jadeja will always have the chance to play in an India shirt.

 

In terms of his batting, Ravindra Jadeja has some skills that the team needs to consider if they want to gain success. He is very good at hitting the boundary consistently.

He can play a wide variety of shots from both the front and back of the ground. His batting skills are not that good, though. He is not very quick or accurate.

Ravindra Jadeja has shown his ability to score runs quite regularly but has not shown consistency. This is because he has not developed a style of batting that suits him well.

 

Ravindra Jadeja can be a good player in the field of the field and he has the potential to be a very good batsman. If he can develop his batting skills, he has a good chance to make it into a career in international cricket.

He has the potential to score runs regularly and become a consistent international player. It may take time for Ravindra Jadeja to prove his mettle in these conditions. At the moment, however, he does not seem to have the aptitude to be a regular part of the India team.

As a cricketer, Ravindra Jadeja looks to play with the ball and not to make it look appealing. Many say that he is not the best batsman in the Indian team. This is not true.

Ravindra Jadeja is only 31 years old, so he should get a chance to prove himself in the Indian team before he becomes a regular part of the Indian team.

If he is able to impress the selectors, then he might make it to the Indian national side for the final test match of the series.

Ravindra Jadeja stats

All-Rounder
  • Career Batting Stats

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Left-Handed Batsman
Format
M
Inn
NO
Runs
HS
Avg
BF
BF
SR
100s
50s
Test
2012–
49
71
18
1869
100*
35.3
2931
132
63.8
1
14
ODI
2009–
165
110
38
2296
87
31.9
2671
68
86.0
0
12
T20I
2009–
49
23
9
173
25
12.3
170
35
101.8
0
0
IPL
2008–19
170
128
48
1927
48
24.1
1571
29
122.7
0
0
1st class
2006–
102
149
26
5799
331
47.1
9500
501
61.0
10
29
List A
2006–
218
154
50
3345
134
32.2
3829
117
87.4
2
17
T20
2007–
237
164
60
2310
48
22.2
1880
29
122.9
0
0
Career Bowling Stats
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  • Left-Arm Leg Spin Bowler
Format
M
Inn
B
Mdn
Runs
W
BB
Econ
Avg
SR
4W
5W
Test
2012–
49
94
12912
544
5246
213
7/48
2.43
24.6
60.6
8
9
ODI
2009–
165
161
8377
50
6839
187
5/36
4.89
36.6
44.8
7
1
T20I
2009–
49
49
973
4
1152
39
3/48
7.10
29.5
24.9
0
0
IPL
2008–19
170
142
2495
1
3152
108
5/16
7.57
29.2
23.1
3
1
1st class
2006–
102
184
24880
1054
10236
423
7/31
2.47
24.2
58.8
18
27
List A
2006–
218
209
10752
69
8530
248
5/36
4.76
34.4
43.4
10
1
T20
2007–
237
209
3758
5
4755
158
5/16
7.59
30.1
23.8
3
1
Career Fielding Stats
Format
Catches
Run Outs
Stumpings
Test
2012–
36
6
0
ODI
2009–
58
21
0
T20I
2009–
21
7
0
IPL
2008–19
63
21
0
1st class
2006–
87
13
0
List A
2006–
80
30
0
T20
2007–
88
29
0

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Career Information

Test debut

  • vs England at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Dec 13, 2012

Last Test

  • vs New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Feb 29, 2020

ODI debut

  • vs Sri Lanka at R.Premadasa Stadium, Feb 08, 2009

Last ODI

  • vs New Zealand at Bay Oval, Feb 11, 2020

T20 debut

  • vs Sri Lanka at R.Premadasa Stadium, Feb 10, 2009

Last T20

  • vs New Zealand at Seddon Park, Jan 29, 2020

IPL debut

  • vs Delhi Capitals at Arun Jaitley Stadium, Apr 19, 2008

Last IPL

  • vs Mumbai Indians at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, May 12, 2019

 

TEAMS PLAYEDIndia, India A, India B, India Blue, India Red, Rest of India, West Zone, Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals, India Under-19, Saurashtra, Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Gujarat Lions, Indians
MAN OF THE MATCHTest – 6, ODI – 11, World Cup – 0, T20I – 1, IPL – 8, CL – 1,
CAREER SPAN[Test, 2012 – 2020], [ODI, 2009 – 2020], [World Cup, 2015 – 2019], [T20I, 2009 – 2020], [IPL, 2008 – 2019], [CL, 2012 – 2014],
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