The Top 10 interesting facts related to Yashasvi Jaiswal

In this article, we have mentioned all the present information about Yashasvi Jaiswal, his choices, debut, and other details.

Yashasvi Jaiswal, a panipuri vendor who is quickly becoming the talk of Indian cricket, has come a long way since making her debut at the age of 21, the joint-fastest T20 fifty, the most balls faced by an Indian hitter in his debut, and the third-highest score by an Indian in his debut. He has had a fantastic career, making his ODI and T20 debuts for India, and he is currently competing at the Asian Games alongside some intriguing athletes.

Born in UP

On December 28, 2001, Yashasvi Jaiswal was born in Suriyawan, Bhadohi, Uttar Pradesh. He came to Mumbai when he was barely 10 years old, where he received his cricket instruction at the Azad Maidan, even though he was not born there. As a result, he represents them domestically.

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Panipuri Seller

He used to work at a daily soap, but the owner fired him because he wasn’t doing his job properly. He then had to live with the groundskeeper of the Azad Maidan, where he sold pani-puri, in order to make some money.

Jwala Singh

The 12-year-old boy’s coach, father, and guardian, Jwala Singh, operated an academy in Santacruz where he got Jaiswal to practise. He also offered him a place to stay because he didn’t have an appropriate place to live and introduced him to Wasim Jaffer, who inspired him. Jwala Singh obtained a power of attorney and was appointed as his legal guardian.

Broken Records at the Age of Twelve

When Yashasvi Jaiswal competed for Anjuman Islam High School versus Raja Shivaji Vidyamandir in a Giles Shield interscholastic match in January 2014, he set a record. He held the record for the highest score and most wickets in a game in a high school competition, scoring 319 runs in an innings and bowling 13/99.

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2018 Youth Asia Cup

Eight nations competed in the Youth Asia Cup, which was held in Bangladesh. India won both the tournament and the final match. Yashasvi Jaiswal won the tournament’s Player of the Tournament award after amassing 318 runs at an average of 79.5 in four games. No other player even scored more than 200 runs during the same event.

The List-A’s youngest double century

At the age of 17 years, 292 days, Yashasvi scored 203 runs against Mumbai and Jharkhand in the Vijay Hazare Trophy Elite Group A match. His 154-ball innings at the KSCA Cricket Ground, which featured 17 fours and 12 sixes, assisted Mumbai in scoring 358/3. Yashasvi became the third batsman in the Vijay Hazare Trophy to get a double century.

Domestic Debut

At the age of 17 years, 292 days, Yashasvi scored 203 runs against Mumbai and Jharkhand in the Vijay Hazare Trophy Elite Group A match. His 154-ball innings at the KSCA Cricket Ground, which featured 17 fours and 12 sixes, assisted Mumbai in scoring 358/3. Yashasvi became the third batsman in the Vijay Hazare Trophy to get a double century.

Youth World Cup

He put on one of the greatest under-19 world cup performances ever; he scored 400 runs at an average of 133.4, including a century against Pakistan in the semifinal. India did not win the competition, but Jaiswal was named player of the series for his outstanding performance.

IPL Auction

He was the next big thing in Indian cricket after his standout performance at the world cup, and Rajasthan Royals selected him for 2.4 crore, twelve times his base price of 20 lakhs, at the IPL auctions. Prior to the major auction in 2022, RR paid four crores to retain him.

IPL

He was only able to participate in three matches in the 2020 edition, scoring 40 runs. He played ten games in each of the following two editions, tallying 249 runs in 2021 and 258 runs in 2022 at averages of 24.90 and 25.80, respectively. He opened with Jos Butler to form a devastating opening partnership in the IPL 2023, which was his greatest season. He made 625 runs at an average of 48.08, including five fifty-run innings and a century against MI in Mumbai, which earned him the season’s rising player award.