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| On Updated : Apr 13, 2020 10:05 AM IST

Watch: Ravindra Jadeja Shows Off Incredible Sword Swinging Skills

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is using his time away from cricket during the lockdown period in polishing his swordsmanship skills. On Sunday, Ravindra Jadeja posted a video on his Twitter account where the left-handed player could be seen wielding his sword.

What did Ravindra Jadeja do?

‘Sir’ Jadeja could be seen displaying his impeccable sword skills in the latest video where he is displaying several moves with his sword. Jadeja wrote – “A “SWORD” MAY LOOSE IT’S SHINE, BUT WOULD NEVER DISOBEY IT’S MASTER.” #Rajputboy

Watch the video:

The left-handed batsman is a well-trained swordsman and he already is very popular due to his trademark sword celebration. Jadeja could be seen celebrating his batting milestones by swinging his bat like a sword.

Warner reacts to Jadeja’s video:

Australian opener David Warner has reacted to Jaddu’s sword-wielding video as the left-handed batsman commented “Haha how good”

In case you don’t know, Warner had shared a throwback video last week in which he could be seen flexing his swordsmanship skills for a commercial ad shooting for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Warner tagged Jadeja in the post and asked fans how was it in the comparison to the Indian cricketer.

What’s next for Jadeja and Warner?

Both players were gearing up for the next season of the Indian Premier League but the BCCI was forced to suspend the league till further notice due to coronavirus outbreak. Warner was named as the skipper of Sunrisers Hyderabad ahead of the season. Ravindra Jadeja, on the other hand, was supposed to represent Chennai Super Kings under the shrewd leadership of captain cool MS Dhoni. Now, with the ongoing lockdown, cricketers are trying to stay connected with their fans through social media.

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