Pragyan Ojha has scalped 113 wickets in 24 Test matches for India. © Twitter
Pragyan Ojha, the retired Indian left-arm spinner revealed to followers in a social media put up that he was petrified of heights. Ojha in his Twitter put up goes on to point out that again then, he thought one of the best ways to face his fears was by attempting the bungee swing. He captions the put up, “I always had the fear of heights, back then I thought this was the best way to get it out of my system..stupid me! #bungeeswing #jaibajrangbali”. In the video shared by him, it may be seen that he jumped from the roof of a cricket stadium which seems to be very excessive for somebody who’s petrified of heights.
— Pragyan Ojha (@pragyanojha) April 8, 2020
The left-arm spinner had introduced his retirement from all types of the sport in February this yr. Ojha debuted in an ODI towards Bangladesh again in 2008. After that, he went on to all three codecs for the nation. However, Pragyan Ojha’s final worldwide recreation was again in 2013 towards West Indies at Mumbai. Interestingly, this was additionally Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell match after serving the nation for 24 years.
Pragyan Ojha has additionally made an impression within the Indian Premier League. Ojha has featured in 92 matches and has scalped 89 wickets with a strike price of 21.34.
The former India participant has been vocal within the battle towards the coronavirus pandemic in India.
Ojha has backed the federal government tips concerning the 21-day lockdown and urged residents to observe the identical as India battles towards the pandemic. Several sports activities personalities from Virat Kohli to Sachin Tendulkar have donated as India tries to forestall the pandemic from spreading.