Yashasvi Jaiswal is not happy even after the century, said – whenever batting… everyone has their own way


Port of Spain. Yashasvi Jaiswal has started his international career in the best way. He played an unmatched inning of 171 runs in the first test. Team India defeated West Indies by an innings in this match. Talking about the second Test, 21-year-old opener Yashasvi once again did wonders and scored 57 runs in the first innings. Yashasvi and captain Rohit Sharma shared a century partnership in both the matches. On the first day of the second Test, the Indian team has scored 288 runs for 4 wickets. Virat Kohli is at the crease after scoring 87 runs. He is just 13 runs away from his 76th century.

Yashasvi Jaiswal and Rohit Sharma shared a 229-run partnership in the first Test in Dominica. And in the second test, added 139 runs for the first wicket. Yashasvi Jaiswal said after the end of the first day’s play that it feels good to bat with Rohit Sharma. We keep talking about the situation continuously. How to play next, what can we do and so on. It’s great to bat with him. He is sorry for not scoring a double century in the first Test.

learn from every experience
Yashasvi Jaiswal said that I am definitely sad because of not completing the double century. But it happens. I want to learn from every experience. Whenever I bat, I try to play long innings. Enjoying everything about the pressure, the conditions, the wicket and the atmosphere. He said that the secret of my success is that he learns from everyone’s experience, but does what he likes.

Virat Kohli created history in the 500th match, became the first batsman in the world to score 14,000 runs away from home.

When asked about the advice he received from Rahul Dravid, Virat Kohli and batting coach Vikram Rathour, Yashasvi Jaiswal said that everyone has their own way of telling things and their own experience. I listen to everyone and do what suits my game. He said that when experienced players speak, there is a lot to learn. I listen to him and try to adapt it to my game. It’s great to learn little things from their experience.

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