Veteran India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been missing from action since September 2022, after he picked up a knee injury during the Asia Cup. Following which, he underwent a knee injury and went to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) for rehabilitation. However, the 34-year-old all-rounder, who has been named in India’s squad for the first two Tests of the four-match series against Australia, is currently in Chennai with Team Saurashtra for their final league stage of the Ranji Trophy against Tamil Nadu on Tuesday.
Jadeja, who is also a prominent part of the IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings, shared two-worded tweet on his arrival in the city, which left the CSK fans excited. Jadeja wrote, “Vanakkam Chennai.”
Seeing the tweet, a fan commented, “Chennai welcome Jadeja my CSK favourite man you.”
“Vanakkam to my fav person my idol my role model. Lion is coming back on field,” wrote another fan.
“Welcome back Super King,” commented another fan.
“Jaddu waiting for your rocking performances…” wrote a fan.
Jadeja had injured his knee during an Asia Cup match against Hong Kong last year. His previous first-class match was the rescheduled one-off Test at Edgbaston against England last July.
Jadeja has not played any competitive cricket since the T20I against Hong Kong in the Asia Cup on August 31 and his previous first-class match was the rescheduled one-off Test at Edgbaston against England last July.
The star all-rounder missed the T20 World Cup last year in which India suffered an embarrassing 10-wicket loss at the hands of England in the semi-final.
(With PTI Inputs)
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