Virat Kohli And The Board Of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) Send Ravindra Jadeja Sincere Birthday Wishes

On Tuesday The former Indian captain and the BCCI took to social media to wish Ravindra Jadeja a happy 34th birthday. In order to be fit and available for the upcoming busy season of domestic and international matches, Ravindra Jadeja is undergoing rehabilitation.

Jadeja was wished well on Twitter by the apex cricket body, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Winner of the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, with 5427 international runs and 482 international wickets. Here’s wishing @imjadeja, one of the best all-rounders for Team India, a very happy birthday. Tweeted by BCCI.

Virat Kohli And The Board Of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) Send Ravindra Jadeja Sincere Birthday Wishes

Jay Shah, secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, also personally sent the cricketer greetings via his Twitter handle.
“You have set the standard high with your explosive fielding and overall prowess since winning the U-19 World Cup. @imjadeja, happy birthday! Shah tweeted.

Previous Indian captain and Jadeja’s partner, Virat Kohli stretched out his warm wishes to the Indian all-rounder.
“Ravindra Jadeja, happy birthday. On his Instagram story, Virat wrote, “Wishing you happiness and health.”

Suresh Raina, Jadeja’s former Chennai Super Kings and Indian teammate, sent him a tweet of wishes.
“Happy birthday to @imjadeja, the unstoppable. Keep playing with the same zeal and dedication you’ve always had. I wish you all the happiness in the world and hope that you will continue to amaze the nation with your exceptional abilities. Raina blogged.

To wish Jadeja a happy birthday, members of the Rajasthan Royals joined the Twitter group as well.
“Rockstar at his arrival. The superstar he became. @imjadeja, happy birthday.” Rajasthan Royals posted a tweet.

Becoming a legend in any sport takes a lot of work. In order to earn the respect of sports fans and others from other walks of life, sportspeople spend their entire lives perfecting their craft. Cricket being the religion in India, joins the country past all limits of position and religion. When billions of people chant their names, our cricket players perform to the best of their abilities.

Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Virat Kohli, and others have all played in Indian cricket diamonds. Ravindra Jadeja, one of these diamonds who later graced the cricket field, turned 34 today (Tuesday).

The left-handed all-rounder rose to prominence in cricket as vice-captain of the Indian U-19 team that won the 2008 World Cup in Malaysia under Virat Kohli’s leadership.

The Indian legend made history alongside all-time “Greats” Don Bradman, Brian Lara, Mike Hussey, Wally Hammond, and Graeme Hick with his masterclass three triple hundreds in first-class cricket.

The outstanding all-rounder from India was a member of the Rajasthan Royals IPL team that won the inaugural title in 2008 under Shane Warne, who later gave him the nickname “Rockstar.”

The flamboyant cricketer uses his willow-like sword to mark special accomplishments on the field in his own unique way.

The Indian team has always relied heavily on Jadeja. He has helped India win many drifting matches with his overall performance.

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