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Friday, 23 March 2012

Ravinder Jadeja Biography of Indian Cricketer

This blog is about Ravinder Jadeja
Full name     Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja
Born     6 December 1988 (age 22)
Saurashtra, India
Batting style     Left-handed
Bowling style     Slow left arm orthodox
Role     All rounder
International information
National side     India
ODI debut (cap 122)     8 February 2009 v Sri Lanka
Domestic team information
Years     Team
2006–present     Saurashtra
2011–present     Kochi Tuskers Kerala
Career statistics
Competition     ODI     FC     LA     T20s
Matches     35     33     66     40
Runs scored     535     1,769     1040     549
Batting average     31.47     37.63     33.54     21.96
100s/50s     0/4     3/10     0/7     0/0
Top score     61*     232*     70     42
Balls bowled     1534     7,022     2887     393
Wickets     29     101     72     13
Bowling average     42.93     28.44     30.16     37.30
5 wickets in innings     0     7     0     0
10 wickets in match     n/a     1     n/a     n/a
Best bowling     4/32     7/31     4/8     3/15
Catches/stumpings     11/–     26/–     17/–     17/–
Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja (born 6 December 1988, in Navagam-Ghed, Saurashtra) is an Indian cricketer. He represents Saurashtra in first class cricket, and Kochi Tuskers Kerala in the Indian Premier League. He was also part of the victorious Indian U-19 cricket team that won the World Cup in Malaysia in 2008. Jadeja is a left-handed middle-order batsman and slow left-arm orthodox bowler.
International career

He caught the attention of the national selectors with his strong all-round showing in the 2008-09 Ranji Trophy - 42 wickets and 739 runs - and was promptly picked for the ODI series in Sri Lanka.His international debut came in the final match of the series on 8 February 2009 where he scored 60*, even though India lost the match. In the 2009 World Twenty20 Jadeja was criticised for not scoring at the requisite run rate in India's loss to England. Jadeja's World Twenty20 jinx continued with a dismal bowling performance against Australia in the next edition of the tournament in 2010 which cost India dearly, with India losing the match and bowing out of the tournament. After the incumbent all rounder Yusuf Pathan suffered a loss of form, Jadeja took his place at No. 7 in the ODI team in late-2009. In the third ODI against Sri Lanka in Cuttack on 21 December 2009, Jadeja was awarded the man of the match award following a haul of four wickets. His best bowling figure is 4-32.

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