Good news has come out for Team India before the series starts on Friday against England. Team India’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has returned to the field after a gap of two months. Ravindra Jadeja has fully recovered from a thumb injury and has also started bowling practice with bowling.
Ravindra Jadeja himself has given information about his return to the field. Jadeja also shared a video of his return to the ground. Jadeja wrote, “After two months, it feels good to hold the bat and the ball.”
Ravindra Jadeja was injured while batting in the first innings of the Sydney Test on the tour of Australia. Ravindra Jadeja’s fracture of his thumb was revealed after the scan. Due to the fracture, doctors advised Jadeja to stay away from the field for 8 weeks.
CSK got a big relief
Ravindra Jadeja was unable to be a part of the last Test against Australia and the four-Test series against England due to a thumb injury. Ravindra Jadeja has also not been included in the team for the T20 series against England. Whether Jadeja will be a part of ODI series or not can be said on this.
Chennai Super Kings are also relieved due to Ravindra Jadeja’s return to the ground. In the 14th season of IPL starting on April 9, Jadeja will be seen in a very important role from Chennai Super Kings.