Nepal need more matches: Jadeja

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Oct 3, 2016-

India’s former international cricketer Ajay Jadeja on Sunday said Nepal would need to organise more domestic matches to bring mental toughness in their players. Jadeja is in Kathmandu in an invitation from Zohra Sports Management to watch the final of the Wai Wai Everest Premier League scheduled for Monday. 

“No player is big or small. Its the mental toughness that determines the height of the player. Its important that Nepali players also build mental toughness and for that EPL is a perfect platform. Nepal needs to organise tournament like this frequently,” said the 45-year old Jadeja who played 196 one-day internationals and 15 Tests and once captained the 

side too.

“Its important that players get involved in the game all the time. That is the only way to develop the game,” said the former Indian international. Players need a lot of exposure and only circumstance make them matured,” added Jadeja. Earlier in the day, Jadeja also played a round 

of golf at the Gokarna Golf Club. 

Published: 03-10-2016 08:17

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