The full name of Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja is an Indian cricketer and uprising star who was born on 6th December 1988 in Jamnagar, Gujarat, India. Ravindra Jadeja age was 35 years in 2022. He is commonly called Ravindra Jadeja. In first-class cricket, Jadeja is an all-rounder and an Indian international cricketer representing Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Saurashtra. Jadeja is a legendary cricketer who played as a batsman and slow left-arm orthodox bowler. Jadeja is a left-handed batsman who usually plays as middle-order batsmen in an Indian cricket team.
Ravindra Jadeja Bio Data:
|Full Name||Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja|
|Nickname||Jaddu, RJ, Sir Ravindra Jadeja|
|Date Of Birth||6 December 1986|
|Birth Place||Navagam Ghed, Gujarat, India|
|Hometown||Jamnagar, Gujarat, India|
|Family||Father: Anirudhsinh Jadeja (Watchman)|
Mother: Lata Jadeja (Nurse)
Sisters: Naina (eldest)
|Hobbies||Horse Riding, Driving Fast Car|
Ravindra Jadeja Physical Stats & More:
|Height||In Centimeters: 170 cm|
In Meters: 1.70 m
In Feet Inches: 5′ 7″
|Weight||In Kilograms: 60|
In Pounds: 132 lbs
|Body Measurement||Chest: 40 inches|
Waist: 32 inches
Biceps: 12 inches
|Tattoos||A dragon tattoo on his back and a tattoo on his left biceps|
Ravindra Jadeja Personal Life:
|Married Date||17 April 2016|
Daughter: Nidhyana (born in 2017)
Ravindra Jadeja Cricket Career:
|Coach||Debu Mitra (Saurashtra Coach)|
Mahendra Singh Chauhan
|Jersey Number||# 8- India|
# 12- Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
|International Debut||Test– 13-17 December 2012 against England at Nagpur.|
ODI– 8 February 2009 against Sri Lanka at Colombo.
T20– 10 February 2009 against Sri Lanka at Colombo.
|Domestic/State Team||* Chennai Super Kings|
* Gujarat Lions
* Kochi Tuskers Kerala
* Rajasthan Royals
* West Zone
|Records||1. He becomes the first Indian bowler after Anil Kumble to top ICC ODI Bowlers Rankings.|
2. He is the only Indian to score 3 triple centuries in First Class Cricket.
|Career Training Point||He gets the attention of the national selectors with his all-around solid performance show in the 2008-2009 Rajni Trophy (42 wickets and 739 runs)|
Ravindra Jadeja Favorite Things:
|Favorite Cricketer||MS Dhoni|
|Favorite Color||Black and Blue|
At 16, Jadeja began to perform in the under-19 Indian team. This renowned Indian cricketer was also part of the under-19 World Cup 2006, held in Sri Lanka. He also played the role of vice-captain of their team in the same under-19 World Cup. In the last match, Jadeja performed outstandingly in the bowling sector against Pakistan’s strong team. In the same tournament, Jadeja recorded some exciting stats. This excellent professional cricketer has played the various national and international tournaments and the world cup 2008. Jadeja also played on an under-19 Indian cricket team when the team won the 2008 World cup held in Malaysia under the same captaincy of Indian team ‘Virat Kohli.’
The phenomenal cricketer played his ODI debut on 8th February 2009 against Srilanka, and the batsman scored an unbeatable 60 off 77 balls. At the same time, Jadeja made his debut test match precisely after 4 years against England. In 2012, Jadeja represented Chennai Super Kings in IPL, while in 2016, Jadeja played as a part of the Gujarat Lions team. In 2017, on 22 January, Jadeja managed to record 150 One Day International wickets and became the first left-arm spinner in Indian Cricket history. He also set his record as the top-ranked bowler worldwide in March 2017 by replacing Ravichandran Ashwin in the same position.
He was born to Anirudh Jadeja and Lata Jadeja. According to social media, Jadeja has Naina Jadeja and Padmini Jadeja. On 17th April 2016, after an engagement, Jadeja got married to Reeva Solanki, and after a year, the beautiful couple had a daughter, Nidhyana. Ravindra played his debut first-class in Duleep Trophy from 2006 to 07. Ravindra played for West Zone in Duleep Trophy; however, in the Ranji Trophy, he played for Saurashtra. Jadeja became the eighth player in cricket history and the first-ever Indian cricketer to record triple centuries in three first-class careers. Thus he became the player who joined the gang of Brian Lara, Don Bradman, Bill Ponsford, WG Grace, Wally Hammond, Mike Hussey, and Graeme Hick.
In the year 23 just, Jadeja had crossed the milestone, which was itself a record. His stunning performance 2008–09 Ranji Trophy caught the selectors’ attention, and he was chosen for the ODI series held in Sri Lanka. On 8th February 2009, he played his debut in the finishing match of the series in which Jadeja scored 60*. Ravindra Jadeja was condemned for his lowest score in the Indias’ loss against England in the World Twenty20, 2009. After this, Jadeja took place as no.7 of Yousuf Pathan in the ODI team, and in the third ODI against Sri Lanka on 21st December 2009, Jadeja was given the man of the match award.
Ravindra Jadeja had a strikingly outstanding career in which he made great records and became the cause of victory for the Indian team. Jadeja played 41 test matches, 151 ODI matches, 40 T20 matches, and 94 first-class matches. He was also awarded the ‘Madhavrao Scindia Award’ for taking the most wickets in Ranji Trophy 2008-2009. In 2018, he was ranked second in ICC Top 10 Test all-rounders. He was among a few players who held the ICC World ODI XI award in 2013 and 2016.