Yashasvi used to force Jaiswal, used to beat him for not obeying, had to work under compulsion

New Delhi. In the new season of the Indian Premier League, there is a name on everyone’s lips. The opener, who is starting the innings for Rajasthan Royals, has created such a ruckus on the field that has surprised everyone. Yashasvi Jaiswal made everyone his fan by scoring a century against Mumbai Indians and then hitting a six on the first ball against Kolkata Knight Riders. The journey of this player has been very struggling. At one time he did not have a roof over his head and the workers in the field used to force him.

The young opener of Rajasthan Royals has beaten the bowler of every team fiercely this year. Starting the innings with an explosive partner like Jos Buttler, he has been abandoned. He is scoring faster than Butler in every match and is currently in the top 2 in the Orange Cap race. Yashasvi Jaiwal has scored 575 runs by scoring 1 century and 4 half-centuries. The life of this batsman has been full of struggle and he has made his place with great difficulty.

Yashasvi was forced to fight

During an interview, Yashasvi Jaiswal told the story of his struggle. He had told that when there was no place to stay, he had spent many years in the tent of Azad Maidan. During this time the gardener who was there used to forcefully get all his work done from him. When Yashasvi refused, he was beaten up and under compulsion he used to cook food. Yashasvi Jaiswal told that those times were so difficult that he was broken from inside. Used to beat them and then used to forcefully get all their work done.

Yashasvi’s century at Wankhede

Scored a brilliant century while playing against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium on 30 May. In this Indian Premier League match, Yashasvi Jaswal scored an inning of 124 runs in 62 balls while batting at a strike rate of 200. In this, 8 sixes and 16 fours were seen from his bat.

Tags: IPL 2023, Yashasvi Jaiswal

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