India's star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was injured in the third match of the four-match Test series against Australia. His hand was fractured. Still, he wanted to bat in the second innings for India in a Test match. But Hanuma Vihari and R Ashwin did not need to bat and the match was drawn by both batsmen. Because Jadeja had a fracture in his hand. He had to undergo surgery at Teva.
It is learned that he was rushed to the hospital on Monday evening, where he underwent surgery on Tuesday. Ravindra Jadeja has given this information. All-rounder Jadeja said on Tuesday that he underwent surgery after suffering a toe injury during the Pink Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Ravindra Jadeja tweeted, "Action (cricket), surgery is done for a while, but I will be back soon.
The Indian Cricket Board confirmed on Monday that Jadeja will not play in the fourth Test match against Australia. The match will begin on 15 January and will be played in Gaba. While batting on the third day of the third Test on Monday, Jadeja injured his toe. He later went for a scan and tests showed that his thumb was uprooted. The BCCI has confirmed that the all-rounder will discuss with a hand specialist in Sydney before coming to India. But now, according to Jadeja, he has had surgery in Sydney. So, according to sources, he could be out of the team for six weeks.