Jaiswal has been named in India’s Test squad for the West Indies series.
After a great season at home, young opener Yashasvi Jaishwar advanced to the India Test World Cup final against Australia. Despite failing to get the chance to make his debut, the cricketer was called up again to face the West Indies in the next two-match series. However, this time he is expected to start as senior player Cheteshwar Pujara is absent.
In discussing interactions with all of Red Ball’s other senior hitters, Jaishwar stays positive and learns the process from players like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane. , revealed that he was advised to enjoy advancing the game.
“They (Rohit, Kohli, Rahane) have incredibly strong minds and very clear ways of thinking about things.” They said it’s up to me how I develop my game. Because I have to learn, but in the end I have to go out and perform. I have a lot to learn and I am looking forward to continuing to enjoy the process,” Jaishwar said.
“As Rohit Bhaiyah, Virat Bhaiyah and Aju Bhaiyah told me, it definitely depends on the mindset. It depends on how I am able to adapt.” I have to adapt to the conditions and win games for my team.I will always think about what is the best thing I can do for my team,” the 21-year-old told SportsTac.
Staying Motivated: Jaishwar
It should be noted that Yasyasvi Jaishwar has been on top form in the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) and since then many former cricketers have made his Indian debut. Some people even say they support it. He could be selected for the India squad for the World Cup, which starts later this year. He is now proving his tradition and skill, recently declaring that he is always motivated to win matches in any situation.
“I am always motivated to win games for my team in any situation. It gives me the confidence to think positively and believe in myself,” concluded Jaishwar.