Ravindra Jadeja Gave A Thumping Reply To Journalists Who Spread Rumours

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India’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been making lots of headlines these days. These were rumors that the cricketer is all set to retire from the longest format of the game in order to focus on his career in white-ball cricket.

Notably, these speculations surfaced a forearm injury during the home series against New Zealand because of which he had to sit out during the final Test. The speculations grew stronger when one of Jadeja’s teammates had told a leading news portal that the veteran might bid goodbye to Test cricket.

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Ravindra Jadeja, who is often hailed as India’s no.1 all-rounder, has been an integral part of the Indian squad. He has given nightmares to a number of batters and the bowlers as well. And when it comes to fielding, his skills make him a captain’s delight in the longest format of the game. Therefore, it was no surprise why the news of his retirement from the longest format came out as a big surprise to everyone

However, amidst all the speculations and drama going around in the Indian cricket team at the moment, Ravindra Jadeja has finally responded to the speculations. Jadeja has brushed aside all the rumors claiming that the cricketer is all set to retire from the longest format of the game.

On Wednesday, Jadeja took to Twitter and shared a picture of himself where he can be seen wearing the Test jersey and donning his Indian cap as well. Sharing the picture, he dismissed the rumors all at once. He wrote: “Long way to go”.

Here, check out the Tweet:


In another Tweet, Ravindra Jadeja shared a picture with a quote that read: “Fake friends believe in rumors. Real friends believe in you”

Here, check out the Tweet:

Meanwhile, the Indian cricket team is all set to tour South Africa for a 3-match Test series and as many ODIs, which will kickstart on December 26.

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