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Ravindra Jadeja Shares A Cryptic Tweet On “Fake & Real Friends” Post Virat’s Press Conference

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Ravindra Jadeja Shares A Cryptic Tweet On “Fake & Real Friends” Post Virat’s Press Conference

A lot has been said and written about the rift between the two Indian star cricketers Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli but yesterday the latter put all the rumours to rest when he spoke on various issues related to him and Rohit, his removal from the post of the ODI skipper, his availability for the ODI series in South Africa, etc.

Virat Kohli has made it clear to everyone that he has no problem with Rohit Sharma whatsoever and he has never asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for a break, adding that he is available for the selection for ODIs in South Africa. Virat Kohli also said that when he informed the board about his decision of leaving the T20I captaincy, the decision was taken in a good spirit and as far as the decision of his removal from the ODI captaincy is concerned, he was informed about it by the selectors after the selection of the squad for test series in South Africa and there was no communication regarding it before that.

Virat Kohli’s press conference has once again given birth to some controversies but as of now another Indian cricketer Ravindra Jadeja has given something to people to think about. After Kohli’s virtual press conference, Ravindra Jadeja shared a cryptic post which read, “Fake friends believe in rumours. Real friends believe in you”.

Here is the tweet:

While many feel that it is in regard to the hype created around Virat Kohli and rumours of him not being available for the ODI series in South Africa, some others are of the opinion that this tweet by Jadeja is in response to some articles published recently as per which Ravindra Jadeja is thinking  of taking retirement from test cricket in order to focus more on limited overs cricket.

However, Jadeja also put the rumours of his retirement from test cricket to rest by posting a pic of himself in test jersey and captioned it with, “Long way to go”.

Ravindra Jadeja, Shubman Gill, Rahul Chahar and Axar Patel are not included in the team for India-South Africa 3-match test series as they are injured and undergoing rehabilitation.

The Indian team will be leaving for South Africa on 16th December (today) after quarantining in Mumbai for 3 days. The first test match between India and South Africa will start from December 26 and it will be played at SuperSport Park Cricket Stadium, Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa.

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