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India Cricketer Kedar Jadhav Announces Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

India Cricketer Kedar Jadhav Announces Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket
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Kedar Jadhav, an India all-rounder, announced his retirement from cricket on Monday, June 3. The Maharashtra batter took to social media to share a post similar to MS Dhoni’s retirement announcement on Instagram.

Jadhav, who has a good relationship with Dhoni, also posted a slideshow of photographs from his career, with a Kishore Kumar song playing in the background.

The announcement bore an exact resemblance to MS Dhoni’s message on retiring. An announcement of Dhoni’s retirement via a two-line Instagram statement startled his supporters on August 15, 2020, one year after he had played his final India international match—during the 2019 World Cup in England.

“Thank you all For your love and support throughout my career from 1500 hrs. Consider me as retired from all forms of cricket,” Kedar Jadhav said in the post, confirming his retirement at 3 pm IST on Monday.

Kedar Jadhav played his last competitive match in February: 

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Kedar Jadhav‘s last competitive game was a Ranji Trophy encounter at Pune in February, where he represented Maharashtra against Vidarbha. In five matches, Jadhav amassed 379 runs, including a century and a fifty, during Maharashtra’s 2023–24 Ranji Trophy season. He was in excellent form.

Kedar Jadhav amassed 1389 runs in 73 one-day internationals (ODIs), with two hundred and six fifties. In nine Twenty20 international matches, he amassed 122 runs for India. With a low-arm movement, the off-spinner claimed 27 wickets at an economy rate of 5.15 in one-day internationals.

Kedar was a reliable player on the Indian cricket team. He amassed 6100 runs with 17 hundreds and 23 fifties in first-class cricket. In List-A cricket, he collected 5520 runs with 10 hundreds. He made his debut under MS Dhoni’s guidance and played nine One-Day internationals (ODIs) under his captaincy.

Kedar Jadhav amassed 1196 runs in 93 IPL games. He was a member of the 2018 IPL champion Chennai Super Kings squad. Additionally, Jadhav played for the Delhi Daredevils (now the Delhi Capitals) in 2010 and the Kochi Tuskers in Kerala in 2011. From 2013 to 2015, he was back in Delhi.

In IPL 2023, Kedar Jadhav made his final appearance for RCB, a squad he also played for in 2016 and 2017.

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