Rajasthan Royals (RR) opening batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal emphasizes the repetition of its recent actions in Oman in the second phase of IPL 2021.
The 19-year-old Jaiswal, who toured with Mumbai’s team and won the one-day series in Muscat, collectively scored nearly 300 runs in the ODI and T20 series.
It was good practice for me before the big games in the IPL: Yashasvi Jaiswal
The youngster played only three games for RR in the first half of IPL and his scores were 22, 32 and 12 with a batting average of 22. The amazing batsman in Mumbai has 400 runs from six overs in the ICC U-19 World Cup in 2020 gained with the help of four half-centuries and one hundred.
Jaiswal said he had a good training time against the Oman International team before the second phase of IPL 2021 and he wants to carry his form for RR.
‘I had a very good series against Oman and in similar circumstances as the UAE. “I am really happy with the way I play my cricket, and I can not wait to repeat these performances in the IPL against much stronger groups,” Jaiswal said in a media statement.
‘It was good practice for me before the big games in the IPL. I’ve been playing competitive cricket for a while, and playing against an international team like Oman is definitely a good preparation. “I’m glad I was able to score a few runs and win a few games for my team, ‘he added.
I did a lot of hard work during the confinement: Yashasvi Jaiswal
Jaiswal became the youngest player to score a double century in List A cricket. In a Vijay Hazare Trophy match between Mumbai and Jharkhand, the left-handed batsman scored 203 off 154 balls. Jaiswal said he spent time in Nagpur during the confinement to focus on his technical skills and fitness.
‘I did a lot of hard work during the lockdown. I went to Nagpur to train at the Royals Center of Excellence, and we had different sessions focusing on my fitness, technique, mind and skills, ”said Jaiswal.
Rajasthan Royals begin their IPL campaign against Punjab Kings on September 21 at Dubai International Stadium.