Ravindra Jadeja has been one of the vital cogs of India’s setup across all three formats of the game. The all-rounder has delivered the goods with the ball and bat quite consistently.
This is precisely the reason why he is considered a productive all-rounder in international cricket. Team India have largely benefitted from the services of Ravindra Jadeja for more than a decade.
In fact, Ravindra Jadeja made his international debut against Sri Lanka during an ODI on February 2009. Since then, he carved out a reputation for himself as one of the successful all-rounders for India.
Now in this article, let’s take a glimpse at three Indian players who made their ODI debut after Ravindra Jadeja but have already retired from the game.
1. Murali Vijay
Murali Vijay was one of the highly-rated batters in Test cricket for India. However, he didn’t enjoy good success in ODIs wherein he scored 339 runs in 17 games. He is one of the players who made his ODI debut after Ravindra Jadeja. Vijay played 17 ODIs for the national cricket team. The Tamil Nadu-born cricketer retired from all forms of international cricket on January 30.
2. Vinay Kumar
Vinay Kumar is one of the players who made his ODI debut after all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. He represented Team India from 2010 to 2013 wherein he played a total of 31 ODIs in his cricketing career. Vinay Kumar has taken as many as 38 wickets to his name. Currently, he plies his trade as a bowling coach for MI Emirates.
3. Ashok Dinda
Ashok Dinda played 13 ODIs for Team India. He plied his trade for Bengal and Goa in the Ranji Trophy. Besides that, he has also played for plenty of Indian Premier League teams. Overall, he took 12 wickets to his name. He is one of the players who made his ODI debut after Ravindra Jadeja.