Team India’ star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, who is currently in England for a long summer, has pleased his fans with a kind gesture. Jadeja, along with his wife Rivaba, have celebrated their daughter’s birthday in a unique style. The duo helped five families, who were economically weak and opened bank accounts for them at the Jamnagar Post Office.
Not only this, Jadeja and Rivaba also donated INR 10,000 in each of the newly-opened bank accounts. According to a report in Republic World, Rivaba joined the passbook handling-over event through video-conference from England. Along with that, the duo has pledged to support 10,000 daughters of economically weaker sections.
Jadeja rolls his arms over in Southampton; Shares photos on Instagram
Team India reached England on June 3 for a long summer. The team had undergone a 10 day quarantine in Mumbai before they boarded the flight to London. After landing, they headed straight to Southampton, where they will play the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) Final against New Zealand.
The team is staying at the Hilton Hotel, which is located along the Hampshire Bowl, which makes easy for the players to practice. All the members were advised to undergo a strict 3 days quarantine, before they were allowed to train in batches.
Ravindra Jadeja, who has been a top-notch all-rounder in cricket in the current era, came out of quarantine and rolled his arms on the deck in Southampton. Jadeja also shared a few photos, where he was seen bowling to stumps. With his return, India are set to left out Axar Patel from the playing XI after the England series and Jadeja is expected to play a huge role in the one-off Final.
Team India to get a 20 days break from bio-bubble life
Following the conclusion of the World Test Championship Final, team India will have a break of 20 days before they regroup on July 14 to prepare for the historic five-match Test series against England.