He is a tough middle-order batsman who transformed his career by recasting himself as a stroke playing opening batsman. Dheeraj Jadhav's century in an India versus India, A warm-up match just before the series against Australia in 2004/05, earned him a place in the Test squad for the fourth Test at Mumbai.
The debut of Dheeraj Jadhav in "First-class" match was in 1999/00. He has played overall 53 "First-class" matches and has made his total score 3945 runs. This 55 run of Dheeraj Jadhav had some sparks of class and composure and in the first innings itself, he caught the eyes of cricket pundits. After that, his career moved only upwards. Dheeraj Jadhav's highest score in these matches is 260 runs with an average of 51.23. His scorecard consists of 11 centuries and 12 half-centuries. Dheeraj bowling score in "First-class" matches is loss of 26 runs by throwing 54 balls. Dheeraj Jadhav played his latest "First-class" match against Mumbai at Nasik on January 10 to 13 in 2007.
Dheeraj Jadhav's "List A" debut as a player of "India A" was against Zimbabwe A at Harare Sports Club, 2004. He has played total 27 "List A" matches and has made total score of 1037 runs. Dheeraj Jadhav's highest score in any of these matches is 109 runs with an average of 41.48. The last "List A" match played by Dheeraj Jadhav was against South Zone held at Udaipuron March 9, 2006.
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