IPL 2021: After batting lesson from Virat Kohli, RR’s Yashasvi Jaiswal aims to convert starts into big scores

IPL 2021: After batting lesson from Virat Kohli, Rajasthan Royals opener Yashasvi Jaiswal aims to convert starts into big scores
IPL 2021: After batting lesson from Virat Kohli, Rajasthan Royals opener Yashasvi Jaiswal aims to convert starts into big scores

IPL 2021: Virat Kohli’s batting lesson to Yashasvi Jaiswal – Struggling to convert his starts into big scores in the ongoing IPL, young Rajasthan Royals opener Yashasvi Jaiswal borrowed some time from Virat Kohli to get a lesson on batting for long. The India and Royal Challengers Bangalore captain had a lesson or two for the youngster.

Following their seven-wicket loss to RCB on Wednesday, several Royals youngsters, including Jaiswal, had a long conversation with Kohli.

“I wanted to know how to make it big. That was what I was talking about with Virat bhaiya, like how to make it effective and how can I help my team,” the 19-year-old said in a video posted by Rajasthan Royals.

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“He explained in a really nice way about how can I do well and improve. He also said about how can I be positive all the time and play little more.”

 

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I wanted to know how to make it big. That was what I was talking about with Virat bhaiya, like how to make it effective and how can I help my team. He explained in a really nice way about how can I do well and improve. He also said about how can I be positive all the time and play little more,” the 19-year-old said in a video posted by Rajasthan Royals.

IPL 2021: The left-handed opener has often failed to capitalise on his starts. He has scores of 31, 36, 5 and season’s best of 49 in the last four matches in the IPL.

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“I’m not doing what I really want to do. It’s good that I’m getting starts, I want to convert them into big scores whenever I get chance again. I need to work all the time and I need to know how to make it big,” Yashasvi Jaiswal added.

Currently lying at seventh spot with four wins from 11 matches, Rajasthan Royals need to win all their remaining matches to stay in contention for a playoff berth. They face table-toppers Chennai Super Kings in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.

IPL 2021: “Yes, CSK have done really well but we have learnt from our mistakes. We are really confident to win the next matches,” he said about their match. Sometimes it’s your day, sometimes it’s not. We are confident, we will do what we can control,” Yashasvi Jaiswal said.

 

“I’ve done a lot during this time and I’m really thankful for RR to provide me the facility. I was there for two months and had conversations with every coaches. We were having practice and so many different stuff there. I think that was a really, really good time to improve my skills. I would say that is the only thing what I’ve done. I worked really hard in Nagpur,” Yashasvi Jaiswal said.

IPL 2021: Jaiswal also had a chat with iconic Sachin Tendulkar before representing Mumbai against Oman in a one-day series.

“I’ve spoken about my cricket, after these hard work and practice, I’m quite confident. I know that I’ve prepared well for these games and I’m happy,” the youngster said.