The 37-year-old Kedar Jadhav hasn’t drawn a bid in the past 2 IPL auctions and the chances of him playing the T20 league look quite bleak. Speaking to Sportstar, Jadhav said that going unsold is not the end of the world.
“Last year, too, I did not play in the IPL. I have played for 10-12 years and I am satisfied with it. It’s not the end of the world. A cricketer’s aim should be to play for India and not the IPL. IPL is just a platform where you can fast forward your selection process,” he said.
Jadhav has been at his best in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season. He started the season with a knock of 283 against Assam and hit 56 and 15 against Tamil Nadu. The right-handed batsman hit 71 against Hyderabad and is now in action against Mumbai in an away game.