Ravindra Jadeja, founder of Multi-Level Team India, shared an emotional message on his social media handle while posting an adorable photo with his wife Reva Solanki. Ravindra Jadeja in the UK on Team India’s tour of England. He appeared in the World Trial Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand in Southampton and is now preparing for the Test series against England, which begins on August 4 in Nottingham. . In the first picture, the cricketer is shown in a cheerful mood with his wife, while the second picture is a solo picture of Riva. The 32-year-old shared the photos with the caption: “Ek Bechaini si hoti hai, ab toh tere naam se (I feel anxious hearing your name) #majormissing.” Ravindra Jadeja admired the bat in the three-day practice match against County Select XI. . He scored 75 in the first half and 51 in the second. He managed to only manage one small portal by turning his left arm. Despite his impressive display with the bat, Ravindra Jadega may not appear in play eleven in the first Test against England in Nottingham. If India decides to go in with one wheel, which it probably will, Ravichandran Ashwin will likely get the nod before Ravindra Jadeja. Amid the controversy after a tweet read: “Rajput Boy Forever. Jai Hind.” Twitter and Indian cricket fans have expressed their disappointment with Ravindra Jadeja’s tweet, claiming that his tweet promoted the sect. Super Kings (CSK) teammate Suresh Raina comments “I’m also a Brahmin.” Raina has been heavily criticized for his views shared during the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL). While commenting, Raina was asked how he embraced Chennai culture. Southpaw replied: “I guess, I am a Brahmin too. I have been playing in Chennai since 2004. I love the culture here. I am fortunate to be a part of CSK.” Raina and Ravindra Jadeja will both appear to play for CSK when the second half of the IPL 2021 starts in September at The United Arab Emirates. According to the latest reports, the T20 League will resume with a clash between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI) on September 19 in Dubai. Check out our coverage of the Tokyo Olympics here! Log in to reply.