Virat Kohli trains Yashasvi Jaiswal: As India guns up to take on the mighty Caribbean in the latter’s den, a handful of young names would be doing the rounds and they will be doing it for all the right reasons. Out of the rising youngsters, Yashasvi Jaiswal has been talked about frequently after the youngster rocked the IPL with his own brand of aggressive justice.
When you are gearing up for the best, advice from the best becomes the key difference between those moments that you were willing to let go and the ones that you now want to take head on. In one such incident, Virat Kohli who is deemed as the epitome of Indian cricket, was seen sharing invaluable advice with Yashavi Jaiswal, the man who could very well be the face of aggression in the new phase of Indian cricket.
Emerging as the highest run-scorer for Rajasthan Royals in a marred campaign for the franchise, Jaiswal racked up 625 runs in 14 matches. His fearless batting grabbed the eyeballs of the selectors and he was added to the Indian squad for the WTC final as a back-up player but couldn’t make the cut for the playing eleven. However, following his exclusion from the WTC playing XI, he started putting even harder yards and seeing his unwavering dedication, he was awarded a place in the Indian cricket team for the tour of West Indies.
Here is how Virat Kohli brought Yashasvi Jaiswal up to speed for the upcoming West Indies series
During a training session as shared by journalist, Vimal Kumar, Kohli was seen engaging in a prolonged discussion with Yashasvi Jaiswal, helping to get his craft in a much sharper avatar than what it already was. The entire confab had another ardent admirer in Shubman Gill who was gearing up for his individual practice session.
India will be a part of an elongated bilateral series that will witness them go head to head against the might of West Indies where they play two Test matches, three ODIs and five T20Is kickstarting from 12th July and continuing till 13th of August.