Kedar Mahadev Jadhav
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March 26, 1985
Right-hand Middle order Batsman, Right-arm offbreak
Surendra Bhave- Maharashtra Ranji team
India, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Daredevils, India A, Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Maharashtra, Royal Challengers Bangalore
Kedar Jadhav is an Indian cricket player who used to represent Maharashtra team and acts as an all-rounder occasionally. He is a right-handed middle-order batsman as well as right-arm bowler, who keeps wickets sometimes too. This Pune-based 34 years old Indian cricketer played for Maharashtra U-19 team in the year 2004 and came into the limelight for his wonderful innings in Ranji Trophy 2012. With his dependable all-rounder quality, Kedar Jadhav has made a certain place in the final team of the upcoming World Cup 2019.
This aggressive batsman has proven himself as the owner of the golden arms in several important ODI matches. He is mostly appreciated by the heads of the Indian national cricket team for his mature innings in an under-pressure situation. Despite being a good player, he has had history of being missing from some international and IPL matches due to his injuries.
Apart from that, Yadhav sometimes gets criticized for being a slow fielder; however, he came back with some surprising strokes after the latest break. His bowling style is also appreciable, especially the off-spin strokes. Currently, he is playing for the Chennai Super Kings Team in IPL 2019 tournament.
Previously Yadhav played for other top IPL teams too, like Delhi Daredevils, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kochi Tuskers Kerala, etc. After getting back from the last leave, CSK team bought this surprise package which seems highly beneficial for the Dhoni clan undoubtedly.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut ODI Match: at JSCA International Stadium Vs Sri Lanka on 16th of November in 2014
Debut T20I Match: Harare Sports Club Vs Zimbabwe on 17th July in 2015
Debut IPL Match: He made his IPL debut in 2010 with Delhi Daredevils and currently Playing for Chennai Super Kings since 2018 under the captaincy of M. S. Dhoni
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