Mumbai opener Yashasvi Jaiswal revealed his interaction with legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar and how this inspired him to make a difference in the game.
The 19-year-old Jaiswal has toured with the Mumbai team and won the ODI series in Muscat, with a total of nearly 300 times in the ODI and T20 series.
Jaiswal said that before the team went to Oman, Tendulkar spoke to them at a conference. The young man learned a lot about his need to improve his technical skills from the top international scorer.
“My idol has always been Sachin Tendulkar and I’m really lucky to be able to talk to him before the tour in Oman. I am very happy that the Bombay Cricket Association invited him to the conference before we left Mumbai to play against Oman,” Jaswar told the media conference. Said.
“When I first heard that he would be there, I was ecstatic. When I had the opportunity to have a detailed conversation with him, he was really humble and helped with some skills he thought I could improve. Me,” he added.
It’s nice to see a legend like Sachin Tendulkar know my game: Yashasvi Jaiswal
The young man played only three games for RR in the first half of the IPL. He scored 22, 32 and 12, and averaged 22 shots. This amazing hitter in Mumbai has accumulated 400 points and four and a half centuries of help in six games of the 2020 ICC U-19 World Cup.
Jaiswal is happy to learn that Tendulkar has been following his game, and anxiously amended his game after receiving the advice of the “God of Cricket”.
“It’s great to see a legend like him know about my game. This is of course a very happy moment for me. I can’t wait to continue to implement these things in my games and express them better on the court. Myself,” Jaiswal said.
I’m really lucky to have a tutor like Sachin Tendulkar: Yashasvi Jaiswal
Jaiswal became the youngest player to win a double hundred in the List A cricket match. In the Vijay Hazare Trophy between Mumbai and Jharkhand, the left-handed batter scored 203 from 154 goals.
Jaswal said he had more conversations with the former Indian cricketer and was lucky to have him as a mentor.
“We had a lot of conversations about what I can do in the game-how should I think, which pitcher I approach, how I can change the rhythm of the game, etc.
“I’m really lucky to have a mentor like him. I also think the best thing about him is that he is always willing to listen and pay time for the players,” the young man said.
Jaiswal has joined the Rajasthan Royals camp and is likely to continue to be open for them in the second phase of IPL 2021.