Yahasvi Jaiswal is an Indian cricketer who play for India in Under-19.
In October 2019, he became the youngest cricketer in the world to score a List A double century.
He signed for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2020 for 2.4 crore rupees.
If you are interested to known about some unknown facts and records of this young cricketer then read this article till end.
Jaiswal was born on 28th December 2001 in Suriyawan, Uttar Pradesh, as the fourth of six children of Bhupendra and Kanchan Jaiswal.
His father Bhupendra Jaiswal is owner of a small hardware store, and his mother Kanchan Jaiswal, a housewife.
At the age of 10, he moved to Dadar, Mumbai, to recive cricket training at Azad Maidan.
As Dadar was far away from the Maidan, he relocated to Kalbadevi and where he do some low grade work for dairy shop.
Yashasvi Jaiswal eventually ejected by the shopkeeper as he was unable to provide much help at the shop with his cricket training.
Jaiswal has no place to stay, so he stayed in a tent with the groundsmen at the Maidan, where he slept hungry some nights and sold panipuri to ends the meet.
After living in tents for three years, Jaiswal’s cricket talent was spotted in December 2013 by Jawala Singh, who ran a cricket academy in Santacruz.
He took Yashasvi Jaiswal under his wing and provide him a place to stay and become his legal guardian.
In of October 2019, when Yashavi decided to join cricket as a full-time career, Yashasvi Jaiswal is a class 10 student. His elder brother Tejasvi also underwent cricket training, at the Madan Lal Academy in Delhi.
Slowly he selected for under 19 and now he is playing for the IPL 2020.
|Real Name||Yashasvi Bhupendra Kumar Jaiswal|
|Profession||All Rounder Cricketer in Indian Team|
|Famous For||The youngest cricketer in the world to score a List A double century.|
|Height||in Centimetre – 168 cm|
in Metre – 1.68 m
in Feet – 5 feet 6 inches
|Weight||in Kilogram – 70 Kg|
in Pound – 143 Lbs
|Debut||First Class Cricket – Mumabi vs Chhattishgarh at Mumbai on 7th Jan 2019.|
List A Cricket – Mumbai vs Chhattishgarh at Alur on 28th Sept 2019.
India U-19 – India vs Sri Lanks on 7th October 2018
|Domestic Team||Mumbai, Rajasthan Royals|
|Coach/ Mentor||Jawala Singh|
|Batting Style||Left-Handed Batsman|
The Career of Yashasvi Jaiswal.
Jaiswal first came in media when he scored 319 not out and took 13/99 in Giles Shield match, an all-rounder in school cricket, and this record was recognized by Limca Book of Records.
His 319 not out with wonder full bowling give him a chance to play in Mumbai under-16 squad following India under 19s.
Jaiswal was the highest run-scorer (318) at the 2018 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup which India won.
Later that year, he scored 294 runs in 7 matches, including four half-centuries, in the under-19 tri-series in England which also featured Bangladesh.
Jaiswal made his first-class debut for Mumbai in 2018-19 Ranji Trophy on 7th January 2019.
He made his List A debut on 28 September 2019, for Mumbai in the 2019-20 Vijay Hazare Trophy.
Yashasvi Jaiswal was one of the top 5 run-scorers at the 2019-20 Vijay Hazare Trophy, with 564 runs in 6 matches.
In 2020 IPL auction, he was brought by the Rajasthan Royals ahead of the 2020 India Premier League.
Personal Information of Yashasvi Jaiswal
|Date of Birth||28th December 20001|
|Age (as on 2020)||19 years|
|Birthplace||Suriyawan. Uuttar Pradesh|
|Hometown||Suriyawan. Uuttar Pradesh|
|School/ College||Not Available|
Family & Relationship
|Parents||Father’s Name -Bhupendra Jaiswal|
Mother’s Name – Kanchan Jaiswal
|Siblings||Sister’s Name – None|
Brother’s Name – 1 elder brother
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Some Unknown Facts About Yashasvi Jaiswal.
He first came into the spotlight when he became the youngest player in the world to score a List A double century.
At the age of 11, Yashavi decided to move to Mumbai to pursue his dream of playing for the Indian Cricket Team.
His father stops him for leaving the study, as he was not able to feed his family, but Yashasvi leaves the hometown for his dream.
Yashasvi Jaiswal used to attend school, and then practice cricket alone. Due to his tight schedule, he does not have energy left at the end of the day, As a result, he was throughout of the dairy shop for whom he was working to live in Mumbai.
He keep on playing and within a short period, he had scored 52 centuries and took more than 200 wickets.
After he was selected in Iindia U-19, he sent to the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore.
His roommate at the camp was Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun Tendulkar.
Yashavi requested Arjun to meet his father, and his dream came true. He met Sachin in Mumbai and he gifted Yashasvi a signed bat.