Former cricketer caught Yashasvi’s biggest weakness
Get ready, otherwise the bowlers will ambush
New Delhi. Yashasvi Jaiswal, the young batsman of the Indian team, has started his Test career in a brilliant way. While batting well in the debut match, he managed to score a century. Apart from this, he also appeared in good rhythm in his second Test match. While opening the innings, he contributed 57 runs in 74 balls at a strike rate of 77.02. Everyone is happy with this fine batting of the 21-year-old young batsman and is appreciating him fiercely.
Akash Chopra caught Yashasvi Jaiswal’s weakness:
In the second test match, after lunch, Yashasvi Jaiswal was caught in the hands of McKenzie at deep gully off Holder’s ball in an attempt to slash hard. Before getting out, he was seen that he was continuously struggling on the outgoing balls. Chopra has also caught this weakness of Jaiswal.
Reviewing the game after the end of the first day of the second Test, the former cricketer said on his YouTube channel, this is an aspect which is a matter of concern in Jaiswal’s batting.
He said, at the moment he is batting brilliantly. His approach is very aggressive. He has adjusted himself in each format. But the matter of concern is that the lilies going outside are troubling them a bit.
Chopra further suggested that this is not a big problem. He scored a century in the first match and a half-century in the second match. Time after time he will only get stronger in the future. But in the upcoming matches, the bowlers will now bother him more on the balls going out. The young batsman has to be ready for this.
FIRST PUBLISHED : July 21, 2023, 20:05 IST