The former cricketer tells Ravindra Jadeja to be the all-time best Indian fielder

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The former cricketer tells Ravindra Jadeja to be the all-time best Indian fielder
The former cricketer tells Ravindra Jadeja to be the all-time best Indian fielder

The former cricketer tells Ravindra Jadeja to be the all-time best Indian fielder

Ravindra Jadeja is not only known for his bowling and batting, but also in fielding in the field.

Ravindra Jadeja is the name of the Indian cricket team who is known for his never-lost spirit on the field. Jadeja is a cricketer who has struggled a lot in his life like MS Dhoni, but today Jadeja is not only a brilliant bowler, and he is also a tremendous batsman and a terrific filler. What to say about Jadeja’s filming? Every cricket legend is a fan of Jadeja’s filming and now another cricketer has become a fan of his filming. None other than the players, former Indian opener Aakash Chopra (Aakash Chopra) has described Jadeja as the best Indian fielder till date.

Praising Jadeja’s fielding, Chopra said on his official YouTube channel Air, “He (Jadeja) is totally brilliant, he has a rocket arm, he has the best arm in world cricket right now. You just look at his ground coverage, he’s not the best while fielding at slip, but it doesn’t matter anything.”

While Chopra picked Jadeja as India’s all-time best fielder, Suresh Raina, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Kapil Dev and Mohammad Kaif were also brilliant films. Chopra particularly praised Virat and Kapil Dev for their filming and said, “As you can see how Virat Kohli has developed as a player. You’ve also seen him grow as a fielder. Virat wants to be associated with fielding all the time, and he continues to improve his filming and that’s what makes him super special,” he said.

“Everyone has seen Kapil Dev take the catch of Vivian Richards in the final of the 1983 World Cup. His hands were brilliant and very agile,” said Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Kaif, besides Kapil and Virat, who had started a certain kind of spirit of fielding in Team India. Before Yuvraj and Kaif came, Indian filmmakers were afraid to dive on the field but these two fielders changed everything and ushered in a new era of filming in Indian cricket.

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