Birthday Special: Kedar Jadhav is known as ‘all-rounder cricketer’


Kedar Jadhav is the famous player of the Indian team. Jadhav, who won the hearts of the people with his brilliant performance, is celebrating his 35th birthday today i.e. on 26 March. He has done wonders with his bat as well as his ball on the cricket field and has won the team victory. He is the all-rounder of Team India, and is a straight-handed batsman and bowler. He is also expert in wicket keeping.

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Kedar Jadhav was born on 26 March 1985 in Pune (Maharashtra).  He was fond of playing cricket since childhood and his family initially stopped playing, but his game stopped everyone speaking. Jadhav again played home matches for the Maharashtra team. After this, he got an opportunity to play for Team India in the one-day match played against Sri Lanka in Ranchi on November 16 in 2014, in this match, he did not bowl but he scored 20 runs while playing at number six.

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Jadhav has played 59 matches in his ODI career and in these matches, he has scored 1174 runs so far. He has also taken 23 wickets while doing amazing bowling. Jadhav's best bowling average is to take three wickets for 23 runs which is against Pakistan in the Asia Cup played in Dubai. He has the highest score of 120 runs against England in the year 2017 at Pune ground. Jadhav played his last ODI match against Australia on 13 March 2019 at Delhi, in which he scored 44 runs. He has not played Test cricket for Team India but he made his debut in T20 cricket against Zimbabwe on 15 July 2015. Kedar has scored 122 runs in 9 T20 matches with his highest score being 58 runs. He has also played 77 First Class matches and 150 List A matches.

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