Physio Patrick Farhat handed over Jadhav's fitness report to the board
Jadhav was injured during the IPL, he did not play in the playoffs
Sports desk Allrounder Kedar Jadhav has been declared fit for the World Cup. According to media reports, Jadhav will leave with England on 22 May with the other members of the Indian team. Physiotherapist Patrick Farhat of Team India handed over his fitness report to the board. Jadhav was trying to emerge from injury in his supervision. He passed the fitness test in Mumbai.
Jadhav gave fitness test in MCA
Jadhav was injured in the final league match of the team while playing for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. To save the boundary he used a dive, at the same time hurt his shoulder. After this he was unable to play in the playoffs.
Jadhav and Farhat had been present in Mumbai for several days. During this, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) was working on the problem of fitness in Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). This is Jadhav's fitness test.
Jadhav scored 1174 runs in 59 ODIs at an average of 43.50. During this time, two centuries and five half-centuries were imposed. His strike rate was 102.50. Jadhav also has off-spin bowling from side arm action. He has taken 27 wickets so far.