Indian Premier League 2020: Yashasvi Jaiswal’s “Namaste” for MS Dhoni shows how IPL has the best chance for talent
IPL 2020: Yashaswi Jaiswal was in awe of MS Dhoni in the match RR against CSR on Tuesday.© IPL / Instagram
The Indian Premier League (IPL) has over the years provided a standout platform for young cricketers to showcase their skills and play alongside the world’s top iconic cricketers. One such cricketer, who entered the tournament with high expectations from 18-year-old Yashvi Jaiswal. In the match between Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings, Yashasvi was seen completely star-stacked by MS Dhoni and during the toss, he was seen ‘namaste’ to the CSK captain. That moment has now gone viral on social media, and even IPL COO, Hemang Amin, took notice of the priceless conversation between Jaiswal and Dhoni.
Amin took to Twitter to share the picture and captioned the post – “Yatra Pratibha Avsara Propanotihi” which translates to “where talent gets opportunity”.
The Sanskrit proverb “Yatra Pratibha Avsara Prapanthi” is also etched on the IPL trophy.
Another young player who has already made his mark in this year’s IPL is RCB’s Devdutt Padikkal.
The stylish left-hander smashed 56 against Sunrisers Hyderabad and his knock also attracted the attention of BCCI President Sourav Ganguly.
Ganguly had praised the 20-year-old’s knock against Hyderabad on Twitter. Even RCB teammates such as Aaron Finch, AB de Villiers had good things to say about Pedicale’s composure under pressure conditions.
Jaiswal was able to score just six runs in the match against CSK, but his expectations are still high in this year’s IPL.
Yashasvi was selected by Rajasthan Royals for Rs. The player’s auction will cost Rs 2.4 crore which was held in December 2019 and is now expected to put in a match-winning performance for the side.
The left-handed batsman had an amazing Under-19 World Cup this year, as he managed to score 400 runs as the leading run-getter.
Rajasthan Royals defeated Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by 16 runs in their first match of the tournament.