‘Almost there’ – Ravindra Jadeja reacts to David Warner imitating his trademark sword celebration
Warner and Jadeja were set to play for their respective sides in IPL 2020.
Published - Apr 9, 2020 12:53 pm | Updated - Apr 9, 2020 12:53 pm
David Warner, the dashing opener from Australia has come out as a new competitor for Ravindra Jadeja. He recently shared a throwback clip doing sword celebration during a shoot. Later on, Jadeja also came out with a pleasing response over the same and said it was near to perfect.
Ravindra Jadeja is one of the best all-rounders across the country. Moreover, he is quite famous between the fans for his sword celebration that he flaunts after scoring a half-century or a ton. Earlier, in an interview, he had also revealed that he usually does it in ‘Rajputana’ style.
David Warner pulls out his own way of doing sword celebration
Recently, David Warner took to his official Instagram handle and shared a throwback clip in which he can be spotted doing the trademark ‘sword celebration’ of Ravindra Jadeja. The video was a year-old while he was on a shoot for his IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The 33-year-old opener also gave a caption to his post that read, “Throwback to this time last year to a commercial we were doing for @sunrisershyd Do you think I’ve got @royalnavghan covered for the sword??. There is no doubt over the fact that the fans would have liked the sword celebration done of David Warner.
As soon as, Ravindra Jadeja came across Warner’s post. He came out with a pleasing response saying that it was close enough to perfect. The 31-year-old took his Instagram to handle and commented on the post that read, “Hahahaah almost there David.”
At the moment both the cricketers along with their teammates are spending time in their own houses while in quarantine due to Coronavirus outbreak. In Indian Premier League, Ravindra Jadeja plays for Chennai Super Kings whereas David Warner plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Both the left-handers share a strong friendship on the field.
This season they were set to play in IPL 2020 that got postponed to mid-April due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, the chances are quite high that this season of the cash-rich league might get cancelled as far as the current conditions are concerned.