‘I have worked a lot on my batting’: Yashasvi Jaiswal | cricket news
Yashasvi’s maiden century powered Rajasthan Royals to 212/7 against Mumbai Indians on Sunday at the Wankhede Stadium. Yashasvi, who scored a brilliant 124 runs in 62 balls, has become the ‘Orange Cap’ holder in the World Cup. IPL 2023,
The left-handed batsman has scored 428 runs in nine matches at an average of 47.55 and a strike rate of 159.70. He has scored one century and three half-centuries with a best score of 124.
“I enjoyed every part of my innings. I was thinking right, planning right and hitting the right shots. I have practiced all the shots I want to play. Whenever I hold the bat, Be it in the nets or in a match.” I think so too. Whatever I do in practice will reflect in the game. I have worked a lot throughout the season on my batting, my skills with Zubin sir, white ball and red ball,” Yashasvi said after the match.
“When I got to the hundred, it was an amazing feeling and that’s what I wanted. It’s really special, I need to enjoy it but I need to look ahead and keep going. I never thought about slowing down. No thought, I know my role in the team, I need to keep going and make sure the run-rate is high and contribute as much as possible,” Yashasvi said.