A cricket fan said on Twitter, “Jadeja didn’t wish Dhoni on his birthday this year. (He does this every year. He has also deleted all his CSK related posts on Instagram. Something is definitely not right) Since then, things have not been going well between Jadeja and CSK on social media.
Earlier this year, Jadeja, who was the first retention made by the franchise for INR 16 crores, was appointed as the CSK captain after legendary wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni picked him up before the tournament against Kolkata Knight Riders. Was assigned the responsibility of leadership before the match.
But Jadeja stepped down as captain after captaining for eight matches, bringing Dhoni back to captaincy. “Ravindra Jadeja has decided to quit the captaincy to focus more and focus on his game and requested MS Dhoni to lead CSK. MS Dhoni has accepted to lead CSK in the larger interest and Jadeja has been allowed to focus on his game. A release from CSK at that time said.
After Chennai beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs in Dhoni’s first match as captain in IPL 2022, the former India captain explained how leadership duties affected Jadeja’s game, while revealing that the all-rounder’s role The plan was to take on leadership duties from 2022. ,
“I think Jadeja knew last season that he will captain this year. He knew and got enough time to prepare, the important thing is that you want him to lead the team and I wanted that change. In the first two games, the information was going to Jaddu and after that I left it to him to decide which angle to bowl and all that.
“Once you become the captain, it means a lot of demands come. But I felt as the assignments progressed, it affected his mind. I think captaincy has taken a toll on his preparation and performance. Burdened; It meant he couldn’t go with bat and ball. Same intensity. Even if you are relieved of captaincy and if you are at your best and that’s what we want.”
Later, Jadeja was ruled out of the rest of IPL 2022 due to a rib injury. He recently featured in India’s rescheduled fifth Test against England at Edgbaston, where he scored 104 off 194 balls, his third century and first away home in the longest format of the game.
He shared a 222-run stand with fellow left-hander Rishabh Pant (146 runs from 111 balls) for the sixth wicket and saved India from 98/5 to 416 in the first innings, which ended in defeat.
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