Don’t call me ‘sir’! Jadeja himself made the request
Indian cricket team’s leading all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja performed brilliantly against Australia in the first match after his comeback. In the Nagpur Test, he bagged the man of the match award with seven wickets and a powerful half-century. It is for his versatile skills that he is referred to as Sir. However, Jadeja himself said that he does not like this name.
He was recently giving an interview to a news channel after his performance in the Nagpur Test. In this interview he was addressed as Sir. However, at that time he said that he did not like this name. he said,
“I prefer when people call me by my name. Because I live in Jamnagar and people there call me Bapu. You can also call me Bapu. That’s what I like. I don’t like Sir Bir much. Sir I am not too impressed. Rather respectfully you or Bapu feel better.”
Jadeja was given the title Sir by the former Indian captain MS Dhoni. Dhoni called him Sir for his all-round performance. Jadeja was compared to famous actor Rajinikanth. Jadeja suffered an injury in August last year. He then missed the T20 World Cup. However, he made his international comeback against Australia almost five months later. He took five wickets for Australia in this match. After that, he played a decisive role in India’s victory by scoring 70 runs while batting brilliantly.
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