Kedar Jadhav‘s addition to the squad as a substitute for David Wiley, who had a toe injury during the current Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023, gave Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) a significant boost. Jadhav is thrilled to be back in the team and is eager to play aggressively for the team. Prior to this season, Kedar Jadhav played 17 matches for RCB in 2016 and 2017, recording 311 runs at an average of 23.92 and a strike rate of 142.66.
After speaking with the head coach, Sanjay Bangar, he told how he was able to rejoin the team and expressed his joy at doing so.
“Unconditionally astonished, but a good surprise. Kedar Jadhav expressed his excitement and expressed his desire to express his gratitude to the support personnel for providing him with the opportunity to join the squad.
“I was doing commentary when Sanjay Bhai called and asked what I was doing,” he said. I acknowledged that I was commenting. When he asked if I was still practising, I said yes and that I did so twice a week. Bangar then inquired about my level of fitness, to which I replied that I frequented the gym and even used the one in my hotel. I basically informed him that I was in great shape. He stated he will call me back after asking a time. At that same moment, I realised he would call and ask me to join the RCB.
The batsman aspires to continue his recent Ranji Trophy performance for RCB in the current IPL season. He has been in excellent form recently.
On Saturday, RCB will face Delhi Capitals in their next IPL 2023 encounter, and they’ll be hoping for another impressive win.