IND vs AUS: Jaydev Unadkat Slams KL Rahul, Discards Him As A Motivational Leader. After a lengthy 12-year absence, India bowler Jaydev Unadkat rejoined the team. Finally, he was able to play alongside Cheteshwar Pujara of Saurashtra on the Indian team.
He was able to partner up with Cheteshwar Pujara, a seasoned player for the Indian cricket team, with whom he had previously played on a domestic level, thanks to Unadkat’s return. The left arm engaged Pujara in a number of sincere conversations, saying it was obvious that the latter was genuinely happy.
“I wasn’t playing in the first game but I wore the shirt for the first time he said ‘you are looking terrific’. That was heartfelt, and I could tell how glad he was for me, “Jaydev Unadkat mentioned Pujara.
“It was an honor to play with him. He advised me to keep pushing myself all these years in order to acquire that opportunity. He has been a member of the team for over ten years, and I look up to him in such a way that I aspire to be a member of the team in the same way he has, ” Jaydev Unadkat Added.
“Pujara’s career graph has motivated me”: Jaydev Unadkat
According to Jaydev Unadkat, Pujara’s career has always served as a source of inspiration for him and has provided fuel for him over the years.
“With all ups and downs he faced in his career and still playing 98 Tests has been immensely motivating for me,” added Unadkat.
Left-arm quick Unadkat made his Test debut for India after 12 years. During the game, he secured three wickets. Even while it might not be among the most outstanding performances in Indian cricket history, Unadkat’s performance was more than just a series of wickets. After making his Test debut in 2010, Unadkat was forced to wait more than ten years before playing in his maiden game.
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After years of paying his dues on the domestic circuit by putting together impressive seasons after impressive seasons, Unadkat, at last, received his due when he was chosen for the Test squad and then given a game in the series-deciding match.