Yashasvi Jaiswal becomes the world’s youngest Centurion: From selling pani-puri to an exceptional cricketer!

Yashasvi Jaiswal becomes the world’s youngest Centurion: From selling pani-puri to an exceptional cricketer!

Yashasvi Jaiswal, the 21 year-old sensation in the cricket world who became the talk of the town when he hit the unbeatable century, and became the youngest achieving cricketer in the world to score a List A double century. His inspirational story has held everyone astonished, proud and inspired.

Yashaswi’s roots belong from Uttar Pradesh and was an ordinary boy with an extraordinary essence of dreams and will power in him, belonging from a remote district of Bhadohi. He has always wanted to be a cricketer and to play for India, which is why he set mind to fulfilling his dreams, even if it meant waiting for and going through the challenges life threw at him with a strong strength in him. His family wasn’t under very well economical and financial conditions, so as a young boy with dreams in his eyes he had to work for himself and earn to buy cricket equipment and training he needed. He also played in his local cricket playgrounds and was astounding as ever.

He moved to Mumbai, where he lived and stayed with the ground staff at the Muslim United Club’s for a while but it was a short lived stay as he was soon swooning with poverty and disappointment but still had no lack of willpower, which pushed him to sell pani-puri as a means to fill his pocket expenses.

Jaiswal’s career took a progressive hit when in December of 2013, he was recognised by Jawal Singh. a former club cricketer and coach of a cricket academy in Santacruz, who opened channels for him by taking Jaiswal under his wing, providing him with a place to stay at his house, which now Jaiswal has moved out of and with his recent fame is onto big contracts.

Moreover, he first set his presence in the limelight in 2015 when he scored an all-round record in school cricket recognised by the Limca Book of Records. Soon he was selected in India’s under-19 squad and was the highest scorer(318 runs) at the Under-19 Asia Cup 2018 won by India. Jaiswal’s timeline is one for the provocative masses as in October 2019, he became the youngest double centurion in the history of List A cricket in 17 years, scoring 203 runs off 154 balls in a Vijay Hazare Trophy Match against Jharkhand.

Now, promptly in the year 2020, he was bought by the team Rajasthan Royals in the 2020 IPL auction, making his debut in the T20 in September and his maiden half-century against Chennai Super Kings on 2 October 2021.

Furthermore, Yashasvi made a statement after making his maiden century in T20 cricket against Mumbai Indians as “Working on the process, Results will come”, suggesting his humble and alluring personality as a talented and great sportsman as he scored 124(62) recently on 30 April, 2023.

Regardless of his poverty-stricken journey as a young lad, Yashasvi Jaiswal has made himself and his nation proud, with his optimistic charisma, and strength that made him climb all those years with his hard work and skill that he never gave up on.

Himanshi

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