All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja made a tremendous comeback to cricket after suffering a knee injury during the Asia Cup last year. Due to which Team India got a big blow. His return to fitness could prove to be the deciding factor against the mighty Aussies ahead of the crucial Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The all-rounder cricketer talked about his struggles during his absence from the national team, especially during the T20 World Cup 2022.
Ravindra Jadeja suffered a knee injury during the Asia Cup last year. Due to which he was out for the remaining time.
This man from Saurashtra recalled the hardships of being on the edge. Especially during the T20 World Cup when he watched his side play from the television set.
Day 1 was tough and everyone is aware of the heat in Chennai. Jadeja
Talking about his recovery after knee surgery, Jadeja highlighted the importance of having the support of his family and friends when he was not able to walk properly.
He made a tremendous comeback after taking seven wickets against Tamil Nadu during Saurashtra’s Ranji Trophy game in January to declare his match fitness.
He felt that the pain of missing the global event motivated him to regain his fitness early. The southpaw also praised the efforts of the staff at the NCA who worked tirelessly on Sunday to help him make a speedy recovery.
training and other things are such things. Which you have to do regularly. And you start thinking whether you will ever be fully fit. I was watching the World Cup on television. and was thinking Oh man I wish I was there. These types of thoughts come to your mind.
And they motivate you to undergo rehab and training and regain full fitness quickly.
The physio at NCA has worked hard on my knee. He gave me so much time and even though it was a holiday at NCA on Sunday, he would come especially for me. He has done a lot of work on me. Jadeja told bcci.tv | For example, I lived in Bangalore for two to three weeks. After that I used to go back home to refresh my mind.
Had to stay in Bangalore as much as possible. So that it will help me to recover faster. But the two months after the injury were very difficult. Because I was not able to walk or go anywhere. That’s why that time was very important. And my friends and family have always been there for me through this phase.
On the first day when I went on the ground, I felt a bit strange because I had not been in the sun for five months. Because it was indoor training and gym all the time. I had doubts Whether I will be able to sustain myself with my body in a 90-hour game. But the first day was very difficult. And you all are aware of the heat of Chennai.