“I am one of the best fielders, but I don’t take anything lightly. I do shoulder exercises and run a lot, which helps me maintain my fitness: Saurashtra star with his family Jade is not training or playing cricket,” said Ravindra JadejaNew Delhi: After winning two consecutive Test series on Australian soil in 2018 and 2021, India are now aiming to win the series on England soil. India’s performance in England has not been impressive. The Indian cricket team has won only three test series in England so far.
India won the first Test series in England in 1971 under the leadership of Ajit Wadekar. This series was won in England in 1986 under the captaincy of Kapil Dev and in 2007 under the captaincy of Rahul Dravid. After 2007, the Indian team toured England thrice in 2011, 2014 and 2018 but failed to win the series thrice.
Kohli could not open the account in the first test, Bumrah got the advantage Ravindra Jadeja spoke to our correspondent Times of India.com before the second test. Jadeja is considered one of the best fielders in the world.
Jadeja said about his fielding, ‘Yes, I am one of the best fielders in the world. But I don’t take anything lightly, I keep working on my game and fitness. For that, I do a lot of shoulder exercises and also run. It helps me maintain my fitness which helps me on the field.
Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan appeals to world leaders, saying, “Don’t leave us to die.” In this regard, Jadeja said that Virat Kohli is very fit and enthusiastic. It places more emphasis on fitness. So all the players have to keep their fitness level high. So you can see the improvement in the fielding of the team.
Everyone knows how much Jadeja loves horses. He has many horses in his own farm and keeps uploading photos and videos with them on social media. He watches football when he has time. “Apart from cricket, I follow football,” he said. However, I don’t follow much. Whenever I have time, I spend time with my family.
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