Jaydev Unadkat (cricketer) Girlfriend, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More
By Rajsi Swaroop
Jaydev DipakBhai Unadkat (Indian Cricketer)
Jaydev DipakBhai Unadkat is an Indian professional cricketer made his debut in 2010 against South Africa but then he got unnoticed. later on, he was dropped from the national squad. He came back in 2013 against Zimbabwe which made him noticed by the fans. He started his IPL career playing for Royal Challengers Banglore but it was not a ‘good time’ for him. Unadkat represented Knight Riders, Rising Pune Supergiants and Rajasthan Royals. He came into limelight when he etched his name as the expensive bowler of 2018 season auction. Rajasthan Royals paid approx 11 crores because of his previous season’s success with Rising Pune Supergiants.
Saurashtra, Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rising Pune Supergiant
Nature on field:
Likes to play against:
he took three important wicket and fielded well in 2010 against Rajasthan royals which led him to man of the match award.
in 2013, he took five wicket of delhi Daredevils by conceding 25 runs, this led him to the Man of the Match award.
Career Turning Point
He made his international ODI debut in 2013 which proved to be his career turning point.
Favourite Cricket Ground:
Favourite sports personalities:
Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
1066 crore INR (as on December 2017)
Salary (as in 2018)
Retainer Fee: Not Known
Test Fee: Not Known
ODI Fee: Not Known
T20 Fee: Not Known
IPL 11: 11 crore
Lesser Known Facts
He don’t smoke
He don’t drink
He was opted as a pacer in Under 19 team for 2010 world cup in New Zealand, where his performance was rated under good efforts. He took 7 wickets in 4 matches through which he earned a cap from Indian Primer League team Kolkata Knight Riders.
He was picked up for India A tour to England in June 2010, it was his first-class debut, taking a match-winning 13 for 103 next to West Indies A.
Unadkat was signed by RCB in the player auctions of Indian Premier League-6 for $575,000.
He once again picked up by Kolkata Knight Riders bidding their own highest in that auction, INR 1.6 Crore for the Indian Premier League Season 9.
In February 2017, he was opted by the Rising Pune Supergiants in 2017 Indian Premier League for 30 lakhs.