Kedar Jadhav

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FULL NAME Kedar Mahadav Jadhav

BORN March 26, 1985 in Pune, Maharashtra


BOWLING Off break


TEAMS PLAYED India, India A, India B, India Blue, India Green, India Red, Rest of India, West Zone, Bangalore, Delhi, Maharashtra, Kochi

MAN OF THE MATCH ODI - 2, T20I - 1, IPL - 2,

CAREER SPAN [ODIs, 2014 - 2017], [T20Is, 2015 - 2017], [IPLs, 2010 - 2017] and continuing

An attacking middle order batsman from Maharashtra, termed as a 'natural T20 player'. Initially a part of the Bangalore development squad, Kedar Jadhav was drafted in by Delhi in 2010. He attracted public attention for his stunning 29-ball 50 for Delhi against Bangalore on his Indian T20 League debut. His unique style of batting is quite eye-catching and more than power hitting his timing is a hallmark of his game.

A brief biography

June 4, 2024: The Times of India

Kedar Jadhav, some biographical details
From: June 4, 2024: The Times of India

Pune: India and Maharashtra batter Kedar Jadhav announced his retirement from international cricket, four years since his last appearance for the national team. The 39-year-old, who made his international debut for India in November 2014 during an ODI against Sri Lanka at Ranchi, went on to play 73 one-dayers as well as nine T20Is.

Perceived close to former Indi a captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Jadhav borrowed from the iconic wicketkeeper-batter’s style to announce his retirement with a similar play of words. 
“Thank you all for your love and support throughout my career. From 1500 hrs, consider me as retired from all forms of cricket,” (sic) wrote Jadhav on X. Interestingly, Jadhav is currently captaining Kolhapur Tuskers in the Maharashtra Premier League which got underway in Pune on Sunday and his post does not specify whether the announcement covers this engagement.

Jadhav scored 1,389 runs at an average of 42.09 with two centuries and six fifties for India in 73 ODIs. He also made 122 runs in the six innings of the nine T20 Internationals that he played.

Arguably, Jadhav’s biggest moment under the sun came during the Pune ODI against England in January 2017, when he got his second ODI ton. He smacked a brutal 76-ball 120 with 12 fours and four sixes to fire India to a three-wicket win in a high scoring contest. 
 Having developed his off-spin skills, Jadhav also emerged as a potent option with the ball with his slingy action that fetched him 27 ODI wickets. In the Indian Premier League, the right-handed batter played for Chennai Super Kings, (formerly) Delhi Daredevils, now-defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala, (formerly) Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad.


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