Kedar Jadhav Sets A Great Example On His 35th Birthday
On his 35th birthday, Indian cricketer Kedar Jadhav has set a great example to the society by donating blood to a needy person.
The all-rounder Kedar Jadhav turns 35 years old on Thursday (26th March). Like the other players, Jadhav is currently in a break from cricket as the country is going into the lockdown to battle against the novel COVID-19 or coronavirus outbreak.
Like many people of the country, Jadhav is spending time with his family in Pune. On his latest birthday, Jadhav donated blood to a needy person. A veteran sports journalist Sunandan Lele has shared a video on this which Jadhav also retweeted.
— Sunandan Lele (@sunandanlele) March 26, 2020
An NGO, Blood Seva Parivar also shared this news and thanked the Indian cricketer for taking this step.
भारतीय क्रिकेट टीम के विस्फोटक बल्लेबाज @JadhavKedar जी ने इस संकट के समय में पुणे में एक बेहद जरूरतमंद इंसान के लिए रक्तदान कर मानवता की अद्भुत मिसाल पेश की है,@BloodsevaIndia परिवार आपके जज्बे को नमन करता है और आशा करता है आप दो मिनट का वीडियो संदेश रक्तदान पर हमें भेजें ।। pic.twitter.com/Eqa0Ehppam
— Blood Seva Parivar (@BloodsevaIndia) March 26, 2020
Kedar Jadhav has put positive impacts on India in ODI
Kedar Jadhav made his international cricket debut in late 2014. He has played 73 ODIs and nine T20Is for the national team where the right-handed batsman has scored 1,389 runs (average 42.09) and 122 runs (average 20.33) respectively. Though he last played a T20I in late 2017, he is still active in ODI format.
With the time progress, he has evolved as an effective all-rounder as he is also a handy off-spinner. While he hasn’t bowled in T20I, he has taken 27 ODI wickets. In recent times, he has brought out an unorthodox bowling action. While he was the regular member during the in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, he also featured in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
In the Indian Premier League (IPL), Kedar is now serving for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) from 2018 edition. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak, the IPL 2020 has been postponed which was initially scheduled from 29th March to 24th May 2020.
As the coronavirus is dominating the world, the Indian government has decided to go into lockdown like some other suffering countries. Due to the present condition, the future of IPL 2020 is totally uncertain.
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