Ravindra Jadeja’s all-around abilities have enthralled everyone. Before his bowling ability became apparent, Jadeja began his career as a batter. As he grew into a reliable performer for the club, his straight-line began to mislead batsmen in all formats. With his mobility and accurate throws, he is also the best fielder in the Indian cricket team under the present setup.
With the bat, Jadeja has a respectable average throughout forms, with 213 Test wickets and 187 ODI wickets. In 44 Tests, he became the second-fastest Indian to reach 200 wickets. His achievement trailed R Ashwin’s, who completed the feat in 37 matches.
Aakash Chopra, a commentator, picked the top six Indian fielders of all time. Ravindra Jadeja topped the list, followed by Suresh Raina, Mohammad Kaif, and Yuvraj Singh, with Kapil Dev and Virat Kohli in fifth and sixth place, respectively.
Ravindra Jadeja, along with Glenn Maxwell, has been dubbed the best fielder in the world by Scott Styris.
I have never understood why someone would criticize Jadeja: According to Styris/Styris, Jadeja was capable of doing everything at the highest level
Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris has complimented Ravindra Jadeja as “terrific” and dubbed him, along with Australia’s Glenn Maxwell, the finest fielder in the world right now.
In the now-canceled IPL 2021, Ravindra Jadeja shone in all three areas of the game. He batted 131 times for a 161.72 strike rate and a 131 average. He took 6 wickets in 7 games and had an average of 26.83. He also had 8 catches.
Styris went on to say that he could never understand why the 32-year-old India and CSK player was being chastised.
“As a foreigner, I couldn’t understand any of the criticism leveled at [Ravindra Jadeja].”He is a fantastic cricketer who can perform at the greatest level in all areas “On Star Sports, Styris stated.
“I believe he, along with, say, Glenn Maxwell, is the best fielder in the world right now,” Styris remarked.”However, you always distinguish yourself by your ability to put the stumps down and effect those run-outs, and I believe that’s where he stands out from the pack.”
Ravindra Jadeja was just named the most valuable Indian player of the twenty-first century, defeating MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli in the process. Wisden used CricViz, a comprehensive cricket analytic tool, to analyze the all-performance. rounder’s According to the tool, Jadeja is the second most valued player, trailing only Muttiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka “inputs from cricketaddictor.com”.