‘My buddy after keto diet’ – Ravindra Jadeja shares hilarious picture with a skeleton
Ravindra Jadeja is going to miss the ODI series against South Africa.
Updated - Jan 4, 2022 8:24 pm
Ravindra Jadeja is currently recovering from an injury that he sustained during the first Test against New Zealand last year in Kanpur. He was ruled out of the second Test in Mumbai because of a swollen forearm, which ruled him out of the South Africa tour as well.
India is slated to host West Indies for three ODIs and three T20Is, Sri Lanka for two Test matches, and three T20Is in February before hosting Afghanistan for three ODIs in March. Jadeja might be able to recover before these three series and might be picked to represent India in all formats.
Jadeja took to Twitter on Tuesday to give an update regarding his recovery and posted two photos along with a hilarious caption. Jadeja posed with a skeleton and called it his buddy. “My buddy after keto diet,” Jadeja captioned the two photos he posted on Twitter.
My buddy after keto diet 🥙☠️ pic.twitter.com/kWi01nUomp
— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) January 4, 2022
Ravindra Jadeja is going to miss the upcoming ODI series against South Africa
Jadeja has not been picked for the ODI series against South Africa in which Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravichandran Ashwin, and Washington Sundar are picked as the spinners. Rohit Sharma and Axar Patel are also going to miss the upcoming series due to injury.
Rohit sustained an injury during a net practice before flying to South Africa and Priyank Panchal was named as his replacement. It would have been the first series for him as the full-time captain of the Indian cricket team. In his absence, KL Rahul has been named the captain of the squad and Jasprit Bumrah is his deputy.
Rahul made his captaincy debut in the ongoing second Test against South Africa in Johannesburg in the absence of Virat Kohli. Kohli had a back spasm which ruled him out of this match. Rahul made a half-century in the first innings of this test and was the highest run-scorer for the team.
Axar also sustained an injury against New Zealand during the first Test and he was advised to take a month-long rest before resuming to play.