Jaydev Unadkat has hit back at trolls after poor season, but promised that he would come back stronger in the next season and will try to close down the margin. The Rajasthan Royals pacer has also added that he has always been able to come back stronger from every downfall and will do it again.
Jaydev Unadkat was Rajasthan Royals’ most expensive buy last season, but he couldn’t live up to the expectations for the second year bagging just 10 wickets in 11 games at an average of 39.80 and economy of 10.66. The expensive bowling displays made him a regular feature in Instagram memes, and understandably that hurt Unadkat. That was evident as he took to Twitter to apologise for his slump and pledged to improve going forward.
To the real fans, people who really love the game and not those who are “schadenfreude” (those who seek pleasure in others’ humiliation and misfortune or pain), I am sorry to let you guys down with the expectations you had after a great domestic season & the form that I was in..— Jaydev Unadkat (@JUnadkat) May 5, 2019
..For the records, I have been able to comeback stronger from every downfall that I have had in my career since that 1st test-match I played when I was 19! I will do that once again. Introspect, Learn and Improve! A game of small margins from here on and I shall close them down!— Jaydev Unadkat (@JUnadkat) May 5, 2019
Rajasthan Royals ended with 11 points from 14 matches and secured the seventh position on the points table and Unadkat, the most expensive Indian player in the team, was the reason behind the loss as the team failed to have a dependable Indian bowler to bowl in the death. In the two matches that Rajasthan Royals played against Chennai Super Kings, Unadkat was at the receiving end of MS Dhoni rampage, giving away as many as 28 and 24 runs respectively.
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