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Yashasvi Jaiswal life story and his struggles in the starting of his career

India won the semifinal by 10 wickets against Pakistan in under-19 world cup 2020. Match Hero Yashasvi Jaiswal made a century in semi-final. But making a career in cricket was not an easy task for Yashasvi Jaiswal.

Life Story of Yashasvi Jasiwal sells Pani puri and lived in tent
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India won the semi-final match by 10 wickets against Pakistan in under 19 world cup 2020. This is the third successive time when India will play a final in under 19 world cup. Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 105 not out in the semi-final and finished the game with a six. He also took a wicket in a match. Yashavi Jaiswal got the man of the match in semi-final. This is his first century in the tournament. Yashasvi Jaiswal has scored 3 half-centuries, one century and not out 29 runs in 5 innings.

Although, he has reached the level in cricket where he has got some limelight from cricket fans. But his cricket journey is not as easy as you think. He has done very hard work and sacrifices to reach this position. 18 years old Yashasvi Jaiswal belongs to Uttar Pradesh. He had left his home when he was 10 years old and came to Mumbai to make his career in cricket. And He faced so many problems in Mumbai during his cricket career journey.


Life Story of Yashasvi Jasiwal sells Pani puri and lived in tent
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Yashasvi’s Father has a small general store in Bidhoi (U.P.) and his mother is a housewife. Yashasvi Jaiswal is the eldest son in his home. He came to Mumbai at the age of 10 to make his career in cricket. His father didn’t show any problem with that because he had not enough money to rearing his children.


Yashasvi’s relative Santosh has a home in Mumbai’s Berli but it is not as big as other people can live in it. Due to which, Manager of Muslim United club Santosh managed a place for him. Yashasvi lived with groundsmen in a tent house.

Before this, Yashasvi Jaiswal lived in a Dairy but after that, his owner threw his all luggage and kicked out from the Dairy.


Another great thing of fame is that he endured so much pain only so that the story of his struggle never reaches Bhadohi, which will end his cricketing career.

Yashasvi Jaiswal worked in Ajad ground during Ramleela show for earning money. But there were also some days when He slept without eating food because The groundsman with whom he lived fought among themselves and did not cook.

According to Yashasvi, “During the Ramleela show, He had earned a good amount but He also thought that any member of the team will not come there to eat Panipuri. Because I felt very bad after that. Yashasvi has been worked hard. Whenever he went to play with seniors and scored runs then He earned 200-300 rupees for a week.

Yashasvi said, ” I always say that boys of my age used to bring food or their parents are bringing big lunch boxes. At the same time, this was the case with me – make food yourself, eat it yourself. There was no breakfast, so someone had to request that he give me to breakfast with his own money.” He ate food in day and night in a tent where he had a responsibility to make chapati.


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Arjun Tendulkar and Yashasvi Jaiswal are good friends. They met each other at the National Cricket Academy of Bangalore. That time, they lived in one room. Once Arjun had met Yashasvi with his father. In 2018, Arjun Tendulkar called him in his home where Yashasvi met with Sachin Tendulkar.

In the first meeting, Sachin Tendulkar was very influenced by Yashasvi. Sachin gifted his bat to him. Sachin Tendulkar also requested him to play by his bat in his debut match.


While playing from Mumbai, Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 500 runs in 5 matches in Vijay Hazare Trophy in which he scored a double century and three centuries. He hit a double century in 149 balls against Jharkhand and He became the first batsman in the world to do so at the youngest. Not only this, but he also became the player to hit the maximum 12 sixes in an innings of Vijay Hazare Trophy.


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Yashasvi Jaiswal had also shown his brilliant game in the Under-19 Asia Cup. This year, Mumbai player Yashasvi has sold out in IPL 2020 auction. Rajasthan Royals has bought him. He got 2 crores and 40 lakhs rupees in IPL 2020 auction which is 10 times his base price. He is the first uncapped Indian player who got this huge amount in IPL auction.

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