Indian all-rounder Jadeja undergoes surgery for dislocated thumb, promises to return back with a bang

Sydney: Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja who has not been in his best form for the last 9-10 months in terms of wickets, has improved his batting skills significantly. But after fracturing his thumb after being hit by a delivery during the 3rd Test against Australia, it came as a big blow for Ajinkya Rahane and his men.

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With India’s back against the wall on Day 5 of the 3rd Test, Jadeja showed enormous courage as he was padded up to face some of the quickest bowlers in world cricket for his country. But that wasn’t needed as R Ashwin and Hanuma Vihari produced an epic blockathon to pull off a memorable draw for the hosts.

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Jadeja was ruled out of the fourth test due to the injury following which he underwent surgery for his thumb. Soon after the surgery, the all-rounder shared a photograph of his from the hospital and promised to return with a bang.

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