Batter

YASHASVI JAISWAL

For me, cricket is everything.

YASHASVI JAISWAL
  • DOB: 28/11/2001
  • Country: India
  • Batting Style: Left Hand Bat
  • Bowling Style: Right-arm legbreak

IPL STATS

Batting
Matches: 23Highest score: 68
50s/100s: 3/0Total Runs: 547
Average: 23.78Strike Rate: 134.7
Bowling
Wickets: 0Economy: 36
Best Bowling Figures: 0/6Average: 0

PROFILE

Yashasvi Jaiswal is a product of extreme hard work and perseverance, a story that took shape around the grounds of the famous Azad Maidan in Mumbai. An Under-19 World Cup hero for India, Jaiswal is already a batting sensation and plays for Mumbai. He was born in Uttar Pradesh, but moved to Mumbai at the age of ten and has been breaking records and building a strong reputation for a few years now in the Mumbai circuit. Part of the Indian U-19 World Cup squad in South Africa, Jaiswal was the epitome of character and resilience. In 2015 Jaiswal created an all-around record, recognized by Limca Book of Records, scoring an unbeaten 319 and claiming 13/99 in the match. On 16 October 2019, Jaiswal became the youngest double centurion in the history of List A Cricket at 17 years, 292 days scoring 203 off 154 deliveries against Jharkhand. Having debuted for the Mumbai Ranji team as well, Jaiswal has already established himself as one of the most promising young talents in the country and a future Team India prospect. Coming on board for 2.4 Crores in 2020, the Royals further retained him for the 2022 IPL season making him the second-youngest player ever to be retained across all IPL teams after our skipper Sanju Samson.

YASHASVI JAISWAL

Batter

For me, cricket is everything.

  • DOB: 28/11/2001
  • Country: India
  • Batting Style: Left Hand Bat
  • Bowling Style: Right-arm legbreak

IPL STATS

Batting
Matches: 23Highest score: 68
50s/100s: 3/0Total Runs: 547
Average: 23.78Strike Rate: 134.7
Bowling
Wickets: 0Economy: 36
Best Bowling Figures: 0/6Average: 0

PROFILE

Yashasvi Jaiswal is a product of extreme hard work and perseverance, a story that took shape around the grounds of the famous Azad Maidan in Mumbai. An Under-19 World Cup hero for India, Jaiswal is already a batting sensation and plays for Mumbai. He was born in Uttar Pradesh, but moved to Mumbai at the age of ten and has been breaking records and building a strong reputation for a few years now in the Mumbai circuit. Part of the Indian U-19 World Cup squad in South Africa, Jaiswal was the epitome of character and resilience. In 2015 Jaiswal created an all-around record, recognized by Limca Book of Records, scoring an unbeaten 319 and claiming 13/99 in the match. On 16 October 2019, Jaiswal became the youngest double centurion in the history of List A Cricket at 17 years, 292 days scoring 203 off 154 deliveries against Jharkhand. Having debuted for the Mumbai Ranji team as well, Jaiswal has already established himself as one of the most promising young talents in the country and a future Team India prospect. Coming on board for 2.4 Crores in 2020, the Royals further retained him for the 2022 IPL season making him the second-youngest player ever to be retained across all IPL teams after our skipper Sanju Samson.