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Yashasvi Jaiswal opens up on first interaction with MS Dhoni

Yashasvi Jaiswal is a part of India’s Test squad for the upcoming West Indies tour.Yashasvi Jaiswal is a part of India’s Test squad for the upcoming West Indies tour.

Yasyasvi Jaishwar’s share price is on the rise, and it’s going up fast enough for everyone to notice. The left-handed hitter had a great performance in the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL), posting a staggering 625 RBIs and a 163.61 batting average in 14 games. This far surpassed his previous batting average of 148.73 in his IPL career. His unforgettable run spanned five and a half centuries and a ton, and he scored in Wankhede’s 1,000th IPL match.

The young batting sensation was rewarded for his outstanding season, rightfully winning the Player of the Season award. After being named as one of the reserves to travel to London for the World Test Championship final, Jaishwar was given the chance to mingle with the likes of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkhya Rahane. Although he was not selected as an eleven, he was given a valuable opportunity to learn something from his seniors, and vowed to teach himself in the same way.

He seized a similar chance early in his playing career against former India captain MS Dhoni, and the Mumbai hitter didn’t miss it. Reflecting on the moment in an exclusive interview with The Indian Express, the southpaw revealed valuable advice given by the five-time IPL champion.

“It was an amazing moment in my life. It was the first time I saw Dhoni up close.” I tried to talk to him in the middle of the game. He told me to keep playing cricket, believe in myself and calm down. These are simple things, but very hard to do in real life.

In an interview with the Indian Express, the opening pitcher for the Rajasthan Royals talks about how lucky he feels to be able to fulfill his dream, saying that his game allows him to entertain fans of the sport. He also talked about how he felt when he was able to do it.

“I’m thinking about what to do.” I don’t think much of anything else. If there are a few things that improve my cricket, I will. I admire this game and feel happy to do what I’ve always dreamed of doing. And if you can use your skills to entertain and spread joy, that’s great. ‘The Run Out You Made’ is a blessing to me. I want to enjoy the match with humility. “I respect what God has given me and want it to move forward peacefully,” he concluded.



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