I had a hard time believing this could be true, Ravindra Jadeja says of Shane Warne’s disappearance

Former cricketer great Shane Warne died of a suspected heart attack in Thailand on Friday at the age of 52. Several former cricketers as well as the current generation of cricketers have shared their experiences of playing with the legend and Ravindra Jadeja is the new name to pay. tribute to Warne.

The cricketing world was shocked to learn of the former great cricketer’s passing Shane Warne. The Australian spin assistant died of a suspected heart attack in Thailand aged 52. Several former cricketers have paid tribute to the legend and shared their playing experiences with him. Ravindra Jadeja also recently shared his experience with Warne during his IPL stint with Rajasthani Royals.

Warne was the captain of the Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2008 and Jadeja played a crucial role in the team’s title chase. Jadeja said it was hard to believe the news of Warne’s death was true.

“It was shocking news. The moment I heard it, I was so sad and didn’t feel well. I found it hard to believe that this could be true,” Jadeja said when he was asked about his time spent with Warne.

Jadeja was a youngster when he joined RR for the inaugural season. However, he played a finishing role and also contributed with the ball. He said sharing the locker room with the Aussie spinner was a huge thing for youngsters.

“When I first met him in 2008 he was already a legend and I couldn’t believe I would be playing alongside a player of Shane Warne’s stature,” he said.

“We were just coming out of our U-19s and sharing the dressing room with Warne was a huge thing for young people like us. He gave me a huge platform and after U-19 it was a direct step into the game. ‘IPL.’

Jadeja also said Warne’s death shows the fickle nature of life.

“His death shows that there are no certainties in life. Anything can happen at any time and this kind of news suddenly shocks you and asks you “what is going on? “I want to pray to the Almighty for his soul to rest in peace,” he said.

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