“It’s Gonna be…” Ravindra Jadeja gives a massive statement on playing for the first time in the USA

Renowned all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja stated that playing cricket in New York will be enjoyable after Team India’s first practice ahead of their maiden match in the ICC T20 World Cup. June 1–29 will see matches for the ICC T20 World Cup held in the USA and the West Indies. At Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York on June 1, Men in Blue will also play Bangladesh in their lone warm-up match.
An image from their first training session in the United States was posted on the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) official social media account.
Before the massive competition began, Jadeja sounded upbeat in the video. In the video, Jadeja remarked, “It’s going to be fun—this is our first time playing cricket in New York.”
Once they arrive in New York, the players’ routines have become more relaxed, according to Team India’s strength and conditioning coach Soham Desai. The players were still getting adjusted to the new time zone when we arrived here the day before yesterday, so we just gradually got into our routines. “We are holding our first ground session today,” Soham stated. 

“We haven’t played cricket yet; we came here for a team activity today,” stated India pacer Jasprit Bumrah. Let’s hope for the best. We are anticipating it because of the excellent weather.”
Vice captain and all-rounder Hardik Pandya of the Men in Blue exclaimed, “Very exciting to be here in New York; it has a good vibe and a bright sun out.” “I heard cricket is growing here in the US, so we are really excited, and the first day here was amazing, so I was very excited for the few days coming up,” Suryakumar Yadav went on to say.
At the recently built Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York, India will play Ireland in the opening match of their T20 World Cup campaign on June 5. On June 9, India and Pakistan will square off in a highly anticipated blockbuster match. They will play their final Group A games against the tournament’s co-hosts, the United States of America on June 12 and Canada on June 15.

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