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Kedar Jadhav was caught off guard when RCB coach called him to replace David Willey

After getting hurt, David Willey has gone back to his house. Former India batsman Kedar Jadhav’s substitution for the injured David Willey has really helped Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

Kedar Jadhav was caught off guard by a call from Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) coach Sanjay Bangar when he was giving a  commentary on the current Indian Premier League (IPL) season. Jadhav accepted this suggestion right away since he was concerned about both his fitness and his commentary work. In the Ranji Trophy season, the 38-year-old batsman scored 283 runs for Maharashtra.

When asked about Bangar’s phone call, the former India batsman remarked, “I was totally astonished, but it was wonderful. While I was working on commentary, Sanjay bhai called. enquired as to my activities. I let him know that I provide commentary. He questioned whether I was still practicing, and I said yes, twice a week.

Bangar then inquired about my level of fitness, to which I said that I often visit the gym and also utilize the one at my hotel. I told him that I was OK for a moment. Then Bangar said, “Give me some time; I’ll call again.” As soon as he said that, I knew he would call and invite me to play for RCB.

Kedar Jadhav debuted in the 2010 IPL and has since amassed 1196 runs in 93 games. between 17 games for RCB between 2016 and 2017, he scored 311 runs at an average of 23.92 and a strike rate of 142.66. On Saturday, RCB will play their next game against Delhi Capitals.

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