Kedar Jadhav hails Tamil Nadu Premier League for helping youngsters

Kedar Jadhav went wicketless at World Cup 2019.

Jadhav also praised Tamil Nadu Cricket Association for conducting professional league | Sportstar

Indian all-rounder Kedar Jadhav on Friday, 19th July, hailed India’s domestic leagues like the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) for offering the great opportunity to the young cricketers to learn by rubbing shoulders with well-known players, including international stars.

He further added that the tournaments like TNPL are a great platform for the newcomers to do well here to get into big stages like Indian Premier League (IPL) and Ranji team.

Ahead of the fourth edition of the TNPL, the all-rounder also praised Tamil Nadu Cricket Association for conducting such the professional league in the state.

As per a report in Indian Express, Jadhav said: “Such tournaments definitely inspire youngsters to do well and its a great platform for them to get into IPL and Ranji teams. They also get noticed around the country because the matches are being televised. These leagues also help the newcomers as they rub shoulders with international and first-class cricketers.”

Meanwhile, the 34-year-old also reflected back at his show in the World Cup 2019, where he played six matches, scoring 80 runs at an average of 40.00 with his highest being 52 against Afghanistan.

He signed off by saying, “It didn’t go well personally for me but that’s life, you learn and you improve.”

(With India Express Inputs)


By Rashmi Nanda - 20 Jul, 2019

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