Birthday: Ravindra Jadeja plays important role in winning Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2008 Final

Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja (born 6 December 1988 in Navagam-Khed, Saurashtra) is an Indian cricketer. He represents Saurashtra of Gujarat in first-class cricket and Gujarat Lions in the Indian Premier League. He was also part of the victorious Indian U-19 cricket team of the World Cup in Malaysia in 2008. Jadeja is a left-handed middle-order batsman and a slow left-handed ancient-style bowler.

Jadeja made his first-class debut with the Duleep Trophy in 2006-07. He is part of the India-A set-up. He plays for the West Zone in the Duleep Trophy and for Saurashtra in the Ranji Trophy. He played the Under-19 Cricket World Cup for India in 2006 and 2008. His bowling and fielding helped India win the under-19 cricket World Cup 2008 final.

He was last on the list of wicket-takers after an ineffective game in the 2008–2009 Ranji Trophy and came sixty-sixth in batting contributions. Jadeja got selected to play in the Indian team for the ODI series against Sri Lanka in January 2009. His international career started on 8 February 2009 in the final match of the series where he scored a lucky 60 *, although India lost the match. His best bowling figure was 32-4.

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