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Yashasvi Jaiswal opens up on infamous Duleep Trophy incident

Yashasvi Jaiswal has been named in India’s squad for the two-match Test series against the West Indies in July.

Yashasvi Jaishwar is currently one of India’s most talented young cricketers. He was a capable player who could be expected even at the national tournament. The left-handed hitter averaged 1,845 RBIs in 15 top league games, averaging a staggering 80.21. In List A cricket, he scored 1,511 runs in 32 matches, averaging 53.96 runs.

Jaiswar also scored 625 runs in 14 games in the Indian Premier League and set the fastest 50 RBI in 13-ball history against the Kolkata Knight Riders in a memorable 2023. spent the season.

It was no surprise when he was called up to the Test squad for the two-game series against the West Indies in July. The Mumbai batsman recently recalled an infamous incident involving him during the 2022 Duleep Trophy. Jaishwar, representing the West Zone, has always been seen rocking South Zone player Ravi Teja. West Zone captain Ajinkya Rahane ultimately made the decision to send Jaishwar to the locker room. The southpaw said he was mentally aggressive but didn’t say anything too big during the incident.

“Well, what’s the point in talking about what has already happened?” Jaiwal said when asked about the incident in Lalantop newspaper. “Aggression is important, I’m mentally aggressive. I think it comes up sometimes. But I wasn’t saying anything big at the time, but okay, things happen.” So what’s the use of talking about it? I don’t want to say anything I would rather have it on hand and absorb it like a sponge. If I have to push myself, I will,” Jaiwal said at Lalantop. It happens to everyone. No one really knows about it. It depends on who says what. “Bhai mereko koi mere maa behen ke baare me bolega, thodi sununga (If someone says something about my mother or sister, I will not tolerate it),” he said.

India’s West Indies Tour Begins July 12

The Indian team lost to Australia in the Test World Cup final in early June. They will then take a much-needed break and return to the road for a two-match Test series against the West Indies, which also marks the beginning of the 2023-2025 WTC cycle.

Test Match 2 The first of the series will begin on 12 July in Roseau, Dominica. The second test will be held in Port of Spain, Trinidad from July 20th. The tests are followed by 3 ODIs and 3 of his T20Is.



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