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Monday, June 3, 2024

Indian cricketer suddenly announced retirement in the middle of T20 World Cup, two great players retired in a week

Kedhar Jadhav retirement: The Indian cricket team is currently in the US to participate in the T20 World Cup. Just before the opening match against Ireland on June 5 in the World Cup, an Indian player has announced his retirement. This player is none other than Kedar Jadhav.

The right-handed all-rounder has suddenly announced his retirement from all forms of cricket today. Kedar Jadhav was out of the Indian team for a long time. He announced his retirement on the social media platform Instagram.

Kedar Jadhav announced his retirement in the style of Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Kedar Jadhav shared a post on his official Instagram account to announce his retirement, which has some of his pictures and Kishore Kumar's song 'Zindagi Ke Safar Mein' is playing in the background. Jadhav wrote in the caption of the post, 'Thank you everyone for giving love and support in my career. Consider me retired from all formats of cricket from 1500 hours today.'

The reason for Kedar to write 1500 here was the time of 3 o'clock. He has said goodbye to cricket at exactly 3 o'clock today. The special way in which Jadhav announced his retirement reminded fans of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Dhoni had also captioned his retirement post from international cricket in a similar way.

Kedar Jadhav was one of the important players of India. He played 73 ODI matches for the Indian team in his career. During this time, he scored 1389 runs with the help of 2 centuries and 6 half-centuries. Apart from the bat, Kedar also performed brilliantly with the ball on many occasions and took 27 wickets. Jadhav was also in the news a lot due to his special bowling action. At the same time, in T20 International, Jadhav scored 58 runs in 9 matches.

Let us tell you that in the last one week, two experienced Indian players have retired so far. Before Jadhav, wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik had also recently announced his retirement by saying goodbye to all formats of cricket.

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