Ravindra Jadeja Height, Weight, Age, Affairs & more
Full name : Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja
Nick name : Jaddu, RJ, Rockstar
Birth place : Mumbai, Maharashtra
Date of birth : 6 December 1988
Age : 25 years
Height : 5’10”
Weight : 68 kgs(approx)
Occupation : Cricketer
Career start : February 25, 2006
Batting style : Left-handed
Bowling style : Slow left-arm orthodox
Ravindra Jadeja Biography
Ravindra Jadeja better called Sir Ravindra Jadeja can be an Indian cricketer. He’s a left handed middle-order batsman and gradual left-arm orthodox bowler. The Indian cricketer represents Chennai Super Kings within the Indian Premier League and Saurashtra in first class cricket. He was part of the successful Indian U-19 cricket team that victoried the World Cup in 2008 in Malaysia, he also represented India within the 2009 and 2010 ICC World Twenty20 contests and 2013 ICC Champions Trophy. He was the Person of the Fit in closing of ICC Champions Trophy.
“Sir” Jadeja made his initial Under-19 appearance for India in 2005 at age 16. Jadeja was picked within the Indian Squad for that 2006 U/19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka. Jadeja was likewise the wining team India’s vice captain at 2008 U/19 Cricket World Cup. The Rajasthan Royals chosen him for the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008 and played a significant role within their success. He’s scored 135 runs from 14 matches in a strike rate of 131.06, his greatest score being 36 * versus Kings XI Punjab. Jadeja did better still last year, rating 295 operates in a strike rate of 110.90. Shane Warne, the chief of Rajasthan Royals, known Jadeja as a “star in the making”. Warne likewise nicknamed him “Rockstar”. Warne sat out the 2010 IPL due to a prohibition originating from contractual irregularities.
In 2011, the Kochi Tuskers Kerala for $950,000 purchased Jadeja. Kochi Tuskers were fired in the IPL in September 2011 as well as in the 2012 IPL player auction, Jadeja was purchased by Chennai Super Kings for $2 million (approx. Rs. 9.8 crore) after a tiebreaker with Deccan Chargers, who bet the same sum. Jadeja was the most high-priced player of the auction of the year. Jadeja won the Person of the Match award in the 2nd match of the season versus Deccan Chargers for his over-all performance (48 run 29 spheres, 5/16 in 4 overs). Sunil Gavaskar stated in March 2013 that Ravindra Jadeja, along side Cheteshwar Pujara, was a role model for children. Lately, Ravindra Jadeja was part of the winning Indian team within the ICC Champions Trophy.
Ravindra Jadeja was created to Lata Jadeja and Anirudhsinh in Jamnagar, Gujarat on 6 December 1988. He belongs to a family that is small. His dad was a watchman for private security agency. His mom passed away in an injury in 2005. He’s got a sister named Naina, who’s a nurse. Following his mother’s passing, he chose to stop cricket and was very much in pain, but destiny had something for him. His father began playing to make her mom feel proud.
Young India’s youth Icon Ravindra Jadeja, has the duty to work hard in order to make State happy. The Ranjnikanth of cricket has numerous female fans. Lately he was seen with girl. Reports also indicated that, she’s his fiancee. The pair are dating and spending enough time in eachother existence. Cricketer Ravindra Jadeja is intending to create his sweetheart as his spouse.
Ravindra Jadeja is a consistent goal of jokes and sarcasm by Indian cricket fans and cricket portals. On social network sites like Facebook and Twitter, he’s jokingly called viral was gone by Sir Ravindra Jadeja since an internet joke. Following his great performance against Australia within the 2013 test series, there is a bustle of Jadeja jokes on Facebook comparing him to celebrity Rajinikanth. In reply, Jadeja said in April 2013 he had no issue with all the prefix Sir, and that it absolutely was a joke which everybody was loving.
Man of the Match award – Test Match awards
Man of the Match award – ODI awards
Man of the Match award – T20I awards
Test debut (cap 275) : 13 December 2012 v England
Last Test : 26 December 2013 v South Africa
ODI debut (cap 177) : 8 February 2008 v Sri Lanka
Last ODI : 28 January 2014 v New Zealand
2006-Present : Saurashtra
2008-2009 : Rajasthan Royals
2011 : Kochi Tuskers Kerala
2012-Present : Chennai Super Kings