Jaydev Unadkat sees the next three or four years as his prime. Despite being denied a return to Team India by the selectors, Unadkat has stated that he will continue to “push the limits of himself”.
Unadkat has played one test, seven ODIs and ten T20Is for India, with his most recent appearance coming in 2018.
India’s left-arm pacemaker has only played 18 international games. His only test performance to date took place in 2010. He has competed in seven ODIS as a representative of India, but not since 2013. He participated in all seven ODIs in 2013.
Unadkat has represented his country ten times in T20I matches. He played the first T20I of his in 2016 against Zimbabwe and the last in 2018.
However, after his maid Jaydev Unadkat, a left arm pacemaker hasn’t returned since he was called up for South Africa at the Centurion in December 2010. The Saurashtra captain may have had that in mind, but he hasn’t let it get to him. He has taken 224 wickets in the last six seasons at a strong 19.5 average.
I have been constant for the past 4-5 seasons: Jaydev Unadkat
Jaydev Unadkat, a fast left-armed shooter, was the offensive leader of India’s U-19 team at the 2010 World Cup in New Zealand.
About his development in the last seasons, Unadkat mentioned: “I see it in two components. Me as a red ball and white ball bowler. With the purple ball, I have been constant during the previous 4-5 seasons”.
“I don’t see stats for every sport, but I’ve been able to pick wickets in every game I’ve played since 2015-16. Meanwhile, that’s my energy. Give me any situation and I’m up there to assess it, change angles and find ways to take wickets.”
In his white ball sport, he identified, “With the white ball it has been a problem. Since I started inside the IPL, after the 2017 season I have had ups and downs. However, after the Covid outbreak, I am better equipped to swing the new white ball and that is what was present in Vijay Hazare’s last season.”
“I could swing the new cue ball better than before. I have to be better, but a cue ball is always a learning process, trying to throw these yorkers constantly and some variations as well.”
The only thing in my power is to stay in shape: Jaydev Unadkat On his comeback
Unadkat’s efforts have not gone unnoticed, and he was seen having a lengthy conversation with national coach Sunil Joshi on Saturday.
During the talk with the coach, he said, “The conversation was about having a good rhythm. It’s going to be a long season and a lot of players are getting injured. Then the break could come. Every time it happens, the only thing in my power is to stay fit and keep bowling at the same pace.”
Unadkat was last seen playing for the Mumbai Indians at IPL 2022.
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