Former Indian captain and BCCI took to social media on Tuesday to wish Ravindra Jadeja on his 34th birthday. To stay fit and available for the upcoming busy season of domestic and international matches, Ravindra Jadeja is undergoing rehabilitation.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the apex cricket body, wished Jadeja well on Twitter. 2013 ICC Champions Trophy winner, 5427 international runs and 482 international wickets. Here’s wishing @imjadeja, one of the best all-rounders in Team India, on his birthday. BCCI tweeted.
Board of Control for Cricket in India Secretary Jai Shah also personally congratulated the cricketer through his Twitter handle.
“Since winning the U-19 World Cup you have raised the bar with your explosive fielding and overall skills. @imzadeja, happy birthday! Shah tweeted.
Former Indian captain and Jadeja’s partner, Virat Kohli extended his warm wishes to the Indian all-rounder.
“Ravindra Jadeja, Happy Birthday. “Wishing you happiness and health,” Virat wrote on his Instagram story.
Suresh Raina, Jadeja’s former Chennai Super Kings and Indian teammate, sent him a tweet of wishes.
Happy birthday to @imzadeja, irresistible. Continue playing with the same enthusiasm and dedication you always had. I wish you all the happiness in the world and hope you continue to amaze the nation with your exceptional abilities. Raina blogged.
Members of Rajasthan Royals also joined the Twitter group to wish Jadeja on his birthday.
“Rockstar on his arrival. He became a superstar. @Imzadeja, Happy Birthday,” Rajasthan Royals tweeted.
Becoming a legend in any sport takes a lot of work. To earn the respect of sports fans and others from other walks of life, athletes spend their entire lives perfecting their craft. Cricket being a religion in India joins the country across all boundaries of location and religion. When billions of people chant their names, our cricketers perform to the best of their ability.
Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Virat Kohli, and others have all played in the Indian cricket diamond. Ravindra Jadeja, one of these diamonds who later graced the cricket field, turned 34 today (Tuesday).
The left-handed all-rounder rose to cricket prominence as the vice-captain of the Indian U-19 team that won the 2008 World Cup in Malaysia under the leadership of Virat Kohli.
The Indian legend created history with his masterclass three triple centuries in first-class cricket along with all-time “Greats” Don Bradman, Brian Lara, Mike Hussey, Wally Hammond and Graeme Hick.
India’s outstanding all-rounder was a member of the Rajasthan Royals IPL team that won the inaugural title in 2008 under Shane Warne, who later nicknamed him “Rockstar”.
The flamboyant cricketer uses his willow-like sword to mark special achievements on the field in his own unique way.
Indian team has always depended heavily on Jadeja. He has helped India win many flowing matches with his overall performance.
Ravindra Jadeja was greeted and well-wished through the message.