Former Indian cricketer Ajay Jadeja was a crucial middle-order batsman in the Indian ODI side. From 1992 to 2000, Jadeja played 15 Tests and 196 ODIs where the right-handed batsman scored 576 Test runs (average 26.18) and 5359 ODI runs (average 37.47). He also managed to pick up 20 ODI wickets. Though he had not a good record in Test career, Jadeja was also an incredible performer in the first-class cricket as he scored 8100 runs in 111 matches with an excellent average of 54.00.
In 2000, Jadeja was found guilty of having a connection with the bookies. He was suspended from the game for five years. However, in 2003, that punishment was removed which made him eligible to return to the domestic cricket, and he continued domestic cricket till 2013.