“It is important to have the habit of…” Yashasvi Jaiswal’s Childhood Coach On Test Debut Ton

Jwala Singh, former coach of Yashasvi Jaiswal, expressed his conviction and satisfaction in seeing the young cricketer excel in his debut Test match for India. Jaiswal became the 17th Indian player to score a century on debut in Test cricket during the ongoing first Test against the West Indies.

Singh had always believed that Jaiswal would make a strong start in international cricket, given his experience in IPL and domestic cricket. Singh highlighted Jaiswal’s exposure to world-class bowlers and the pressure situations he faced in the IPL. He emphasized the importance of developing the habit of making runs and focusing on the ball rather than the bowler.

“I am happy to see him grow. I had some feeling that he would start well. He has spent four good seasons in the IPL and domestic cricket. He has played most world-class bowlers under pressure, especially in the IPL. He has the idea of playing with top-quality bowlers. As a player, it is important to have the habit of making runs. As a coach, I always teach my players to see the ball and not the bowler and try to react to the ball well,” Jwala told PTI.

Jaiswal’s journey began at a young age when he moved to Dadar in Mumbai to receive cricket training at Azad Maidan. On Thursday, he became the fourth consecutive player from Mumbai to score a debut Test century for India, joining the ranks of Shreyas Iyer, Prithvi Shaw, and Rohit Sharma.

Singh believes this is a great start to Jaiswal’s international career but advises him to keep things simple and focus on doing his best for the team. He stressed the importance of scoring runs for the team and urged Jaiswal to continue looking ahead and striving for success.

“There will always be nine fielders, whatever match you play, whether it’s T20, one-day, or Test. As a batter, you need to be in the present, face every ball on merit, and believe in your ability. I am glad that Yashasvi can do this on the ground and is proving me right.” Jwala stated.

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Jaiswal’s coach’s faith in his abilities and the strong foundation laid during his training years in Mumbai will likely play a crucial role in his future success.

“This will be a good start in international cricket, but he needs to keep it simple. As a player, it is important to do your best for the team; scoring runs for the team is a job for any player, and then look ahead,” Jwala said.

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