'6 hours, 2 meals & 1 shared mud cake later' - Jaydev Unadkat announces his engagement

‘6 hours, 2 meals & 1 shared mud cake later’ – Jaydev Unadkat announces his engagement

Unadkat announced the news on Twitter and Instagram.

Jaydev Unadkat and his fiancée
Jaydev Unadkat and his fiancée. (Photo Source: Instagram)

At a time when the world media is flooded with news like cancellation of events and tournaments due to the Coronavirus outbreak that only bring about feelings of worry and distress, Jaydev Unadkat announced a piece of news that was worthy of being celebrated and must have brought a smile on the face of his fans.

The 28-year-old pacer from Saurashtra has been creating ripples in the cricket scene at every level, with his bowling and has been attracting record-breaking bids in the franchise tournaments like the Indian Premier League and the like. He has been doing great with the ball in hand has contributed to the progress of his domestic team in every sense.

Now, grabbing the headlines again, the cricketer took it to Instagram on Sunday, to announce his engagement with his fiancée Rinny. He shared a picture of himself with his fiancée on his official Twitter account and captioned it, “6 hours, 2 meals & 1 shared mud cake later..”. The event where this took place was unannounced and no one anticipated such news coming from him, making this news a surprise.

Following the announcement, everyone started pouring in wishes for the newly engaged couple, with each one of them, congratulating him in his/her own unique way.

The cricketer just came back after a long but fruitful Ranji season, where he helped his team, Saurashtra, to get a victory in the Ranji Trophy finals. Unadkat’s performance in the campaign and especially in the finals was crucial for the team’s progression and all of his efforts paid off when his team got a chance to get their hands on the coveted trophy and were crowned as the winners for this season.

Jaydev scalped the second-highest number of wickets in a single Ranji season this year. He got 67 wickets, falling just one wicket short of the record that is currently held by Bihar’s Ashutosh Aman, who got 68 wickets in the 2018-19 season. But, this wasn’t it for him. Unadkat might have fallen short of the overall record, but his exploits are the highest among the pacers. The previous highest was by Doda Ganesh, who had gotten 62 wickets in a Ranji season.