Warne was disappointment with New Zealand not fielding a spinner in the ICC World Test Championship final against India at the Hampshire Bowl.
Reports said the 50-year-old former leg-spinner was allegedly abducted from near his home in Sydney on April 14 and taken to another part of the city where he was beaten and threatened with a gun.
Warne believes the embarrassing Test series loss to an under-strength India will result in a "huge fallout" in the Australian team.
"If he has a consistent tournament (IPL) this year, I think you will see him representing India in all forms of the game," said Rajasthan Royals mentor Warne.
The biggest surprise of IPL 2008 was the success of Rajasthan Royals, who were the least fancied to win the title.
The rating makes Jadeja the second most valuable player of all time in Test cricket according to the analysis, only behind Sri Lankan spin legend Muttiah Muralitharan.
The committee, chaired by former Indian spinner Anil Kumble, unanimously agreed to recommend a ban on saliva although players will still be allowed to use their own sweat to try and achieve the fabled 'reverse swing'.
Warne was responding to a stat on Twitter which talked about the number of times Waugh was involved in run-outs during his international career.
The second highest wicket-taker in Tests opened up on the dark aspect of his game and conceded he let his family down because of his actions.
The traditional way of shining the ball by rubbing it with sweat and saliva to generate swing is likely to be discontinued on health grounds when cricket restarts after the coronavirus pandemic has subsided.