Star India National Cricket Team all-rounder and former Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper, Ravindra Jadeja, has once again sparked the rumours of a rift with the franchise by deleting a heartfelt response to the tweet posted by the CSK.
Jadeja was CSK’s first-choice retention ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 mega auction. He was retained by the franchise for INR 16 crore.
On March 24, legendary skipper MS Dhoni handed over the CSK captaincy to Jadeja, just a few days before the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 began. The all-rounder failed miserably as a captain of the team and the Chennai Super Kings struggled under his leadership as they won only 2 games and faced 6 defeats.
Jadeja’s form with the bat and ball also took a massive hit as in the 15th edition of the cash-rich league he scored 112 runs and bagged 5 wickets. After that, Jadeja decided to hand back the captaincy to Dhoni to focus more on his game. Days after relinquishing the captaincy, Jadeja was also ruled out of the tournament after suffering a rib injury.
Ravindra Jadeja Deletes Comment On CSK’s Tweet
Last month, Jadeja removed all posts related to the Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK) Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 and 2022 campaigns from his official Instagram account, which was a clear indication that something is not well between him and the franchise. Now Jadeja has deleted a tweet, which has led to fans speculating that Jadeja will be leaving the Chennai Super Kings franchise.
Chennai Super Kings posted a tweet on February 4, 2022, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Jadeja joining the franchise. CSK’s post read “10 years of Super Jaddu”.
The 33-year-old came up with a response asserting that he would be with the franchise for 10 more years. Jadeja’s reply read “10 more to go.” But Jadeja has now deleted his response.
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) February 4, 2022
Jadeja intha tweet delete pannitan.. pic.twitter.com/POmAF8tApJ
— Geofinn_12 (@12Geofinn) August 3, 2022
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