Yashasvi Jaiswal: ‘Routine and process’ is ‘rule of thumb’ for next big thing in Indian cricket | Cricket News

Yashasvi Jaiswal’s journey can inspire any young cricketer from all over the world to make it big, and Thursday, adding the half a century of faster IPL to his resume, the 21-year-old Rajasthan Royals batsman further confirmed this.
Jaiswal, considered the “next big thing”. indian crickethe is a stickler for process and there are some ground rules that he follows as he prepares for high intensity, high stakes matches like the ‘intense’ one against Kolkata Knight Riders, which he would ‘remember for a long time’.
Jaiswal, who scored the IPL’s fastest half century in 13 balls during his magnificent 98 not out in 47 balls, has now scored 575 runs in 12 matches with a strike rate of over 167. ‘current aggregate of 576 of Faf du Plessis.

“I will remember this inning for a long time in my life. It was very intense,” the 21-year-old said during post-game media interaction. When I went to bat, I felt that I had much less time and suddenly I heard ‘sab sahi jaa raha hai’ (everything was falling into place)… I thought I should continue playing like this. It’s one of my memorable shots” Jaiswal told the media after the match.
The harder you train, the easier the match situation becomes is a basic theme but sometimes very difficult to follow. Putting his efforts into systemic training, Jaiswal has found success and his call-up to India will be a matter of time.
“My rule of thumb is on my routine and process, it’s very important to me. I do my best to focus on that and keep learning every game. It’s very important because I have to push my game forward,” he added. . .
Spending hours under RR Zubiin Bharucha’s ‘Director of Cricket’ at their academy – MSD.7 – in Talegaon, a village in Wardha district of Maharashtra is helping him immensely.


“I talk a lot with Zubin Sir about my batting. We have a very good academy in Talegaon. My biggest training happens there, I can play all my shots, keep fit,” he said.
He said he draws confidence from his mental and physical preparation.
“After fielding for 20 overs you have to open the innings with such intensity. So overall I do what I can outside of cricket to keep fit, mentally strong. I get that confidence.”
“This game is completely mental first”
Jaiswal further said that whenever he gets a chance he talks to legendary Indian players like MS Dhoni.
“I always try to be in the zone and stay in the vibe. I have many experienced legendary players around me. Whenever I get the chance I keep talking to MS bhai, Virat (Kohli) bhai, Rohit (Sharma) bhai, Jos ( Buttler) bhai, Sanju (Samson) bhai on how to keep my mind calm, what to think.
“Always try to learn, what I can improve and bring to my game, how to control… This game is fully mental first then physical. You have to keep yourself in the zone.”

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Jaiswal came to prominence in 2019 when at 17 years and 292 days old he became the youngest batsman in the world to score a one-day domestic double century.
Playing for his home team Mumbai, he scored 203 off 154 balls in the match against Jharkhand at Alur in the Vijay Hazare Trophy.
The Royals had then invested in the 17-year-old tying him at Rs 2.4 crore, 12 times his base price for IPL-2020.
But he had hit just three fifties in 23 games in his first three seasons before his breakthrough year came.
He also hit a 124 from 62 balls against the Mumbai Indians at Wankhede.
Jaiswal said he was a team player and never paid attention to an approaching line while batting.
“I never think about all of this. I always think about what the team wants from me, what shots I can play. How to keep the run rate up.
“We have seen that 215 is chaseable here (Eden). It depends on the requirements of the team. I do my best to do what my team needs, it’s okay if I get to a milestone in the process.”

‘Mindset’ is to finish the game
Jaiswal could have backed a six which would have given him a second century of the season, but he picked a bounder to end the chase, which kept him two runs short of triple-scoring.
“I had the intention of hitting a six (and making it to the century) but that’s okay, I also wanted to play long, win the game. From the last few games, I’ve been trying to stay to the end and finish the game. That’s always my mentality “.
Jaiswal started to score 26 runs in Nitish Rana’s first over.
“I wasn’t taken aback seeing Rana bowl first. You expected the wicket to offer the turn from the new ball.
“When I saw Nitish Bhai come to bowl the first over I stood back to play my shots and score some quick runs, even though it was the first ball of the match. You never knew where the first ball would land. I just played my shots,” he concluded.


(With agency input)


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