Yashasvi Jaiswal Biography and Family Members
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    Yashasvi Jaiswal Short Intro : 

    Yashasvi Jaiswal is a rising star of Indian cricket. Yashasvi Jaiswal  is an Indian professional cricketer who plays for Mumbai in domestic cricket and Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL). 

    Yashasvi Full name is Yashasvi Bhupendra Kumar Jaiswal . He was born on 28 December 2001 in Suriyawan, Uttar Pradesh, India . He is just 21 Years Old in 2023

    Yashasvi’s cricketing debut in N.N.S. Cricket Academy, Kalinjara Road, Jhingatpur, Suriawan, Bhadohi, UP. N.N.S Cricket Academy is the place where at the age of 7, little Yashasvi was sent by his parents for cricket education. N.N.S Cricket Academy was owned by Arif Hussain, a famous cricket coach from Uttar Pradesh. Yashasvi was trained by coach Arif under his leadership for almost 5 years from 2008 to 2012. Within a year of Yashasvi’s training, Yashasvi made a place in the senior team of the academy.

    Between 2008 and 2012, for 5 consecutive years, coach Arif along with his entire team used to go on loaded trucks to different parts of Uttar Pradesh to play leather ball tournaments. During long journeys, there was often no ticket money, so they never demanded TT tickets from the entire team traveling without tickets. Everyone wanted to contribute in their own way to make the dreams of the little children come true. NNS Cricket Academy was not very strong financially. In such a situation, when Yashasvi used to come out to bat on behalf of the club in different tournaments, the organizing committee and the public were showered with prizes after seeing the amazing game of the little boy. This helped the club get some financial help. Yashasvi had given UPCA’s under 14 trial under the leadership of Arif ji. Despite appearing in the final round, he could not get selected in the team.

    This broke Arif Hussain’s heart and he decided to send Yashasvi to Mumbai. Arif was determined to become a coach but Yashasvi’s parents immediately refused to send their son to Mumbai. However later Yashasvi’s parents agreed to send the son to Mumbai. Manager Israel Ansari had a big role in bringing Yashasvi from Bhadohi to Mumbai.

    Yashasvi Jaiswal had his first home in Nalasopara, Mumbai. From there he used to go to Azad Maidan to practice with his group. But Yashasvi’s uncle’s rented house was not big enough to stay where he could continue his cricket preparation. From here Yashasvi worked at Kalbadevi Dairy in the hope of finding shelter for the night. One day Yashasvi’s entire belongings were thrown away saying that he does nothing. Doesn’t help with the dairy work, but falls asleep exhausted after a day’s cricket practice. After this, after being hungry and thirsty for many days, Yashasvi got a place to stay in the tent of Azad Maidan. It was very difficult to sleep in that tent during the scorching heat. That’s why Yashasvi often used to lay the ground bed in the middle of the night. But the result of sleeping in the open was that one night Yashasvi was bitten by an insect in his eye. His eyes were very swollen. From that day onwards, Yashasvi used to sleep in the tent no matter how hot it was. After this, to earn a living, Yashasvi started helping in selling Panipuri and fruits in Ramlila to be held at Azad Maidan.

    There were many such nights when he got into a fight with the groundsman he lived with and in return Yashasvi had to go to bed hungry. Many times during Ramlila, players who used to practice with Yashasvi used to come to his shop to eat golgappas. Yashasvi was very ashamed at that time. Yashasvi used to see his parents bring lunch for other players during training sessions. But Yashasvi did not get breakfast in the tent, lunch and dinner were also made by himself by making bread and vegetables. Yashasvi says that I remember those days too well, when I almost became shameless. I used to go out to lunch with my teammates knowing that I had no money. I used to tell them, there is no money but there is hunger. When a teammate or two teased me, I didn’t respond in anger. Used to stay after drinking tears.

    Yashasvi did not tell all these things to his childhood coach and family at that time. He feared that the family would call him back once the truth was known and then his dream of playing cricket for India would remain unfulfilled. Yashasvi Jaiswal’s childhood coach Arif Khan has been instrumental in improving his cricketing talent. He worked hard behind the game of Yashasvi continuously for 5 years. Arif Khan felt that this boy would not be satisfied with the small, but would show something big. All the expectations of the coach and the family are being fulfilled today. Yashasvi, who is shining as a pole star from Rajasthan Royals through IPL, is almost sure to play for Team India. It is expected that the struggle of 21-year-old youngster Yashasvi Jaiswal and his coach Arif Khan will pay off. Yashasvi will definitely win the ODI World Cup team India to be held at the end of the year with his batting.

    • Full name : Yashasvi Bhupendra Kumar Jaiswal 
    • Profession : cricketer
    • Nick name  : Not Known
    • Date of birth : 28 December 2001
    • Age on 2023: 21
    • Birth place : Suriyawan, Uttar Pradesh, India
    • Nationality : Indian
    • Race/ Ethnicity : 
    • Gender : Male
    • Religion : Hindu
    • Zodiac : Capricorn
    • Height : 6 ft (183 cm)
    • Weight : Not Known
    • Net worth (approx): 

     

    Yashasvi Jaiswal Education : 

    • High School : Not Attended
    • College : Not Attended

     

    Yashasvi Jaiswal Parents : Father and Mother

    • Father’s Name : Bhupendra Jaiswal
    • Mother’s name  : Kanchan Jaiswal

    Jaiswal Father’s name is Bhupendra Jaiswal and mother is Kanchan Jaiswal. Father Bhupendra Jaiswal is a owner of a small hardware store and Kanchan Jaiswal, a housewife. His Parents have six children – Jaiswal was the fourth of six children.

     

    Yashasvi Jaiswal Siblings : Brother and Sister

    • Siblings  : Six
    • Brother’s Name : Not Known
    • Sister’s Name : Not Known

     

    Yashasvi Jaiswal Girlfriend and Wife Name :

    • Marital Status : Unmarried
    • Girlfriend : Not Known
    • Spouse (Fiance) : Single

     

    Yashasvi Jaiswal Kids/ Childrens : Son and Daughter 

    • Children : None
    • Son’s Name : Not Known
    • Daughter’s Name : Not Known

    Yashasvi Jaiswal Career  :

    • Profession : Indian Cricketer
      • Batting : Left-handed
      • Bowling: Right-arm leg break
      • Role :Opening batter 
    • Teams :
      • IPL Debut
        • 2020 – Rajasthan Royals (2020,2021,2022,2023)
      • First Class debut
        • 7 January 2019-  Mumbai v Chhattisgarh
      • List A debut
        • 20 September 2019-  India U23 v Bangladesh U23

    Yashasvi Jaiswal Records  :

    • Fastest IPL half-century in just 13 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders on 11 May 2023.

    Unknown and Rare Facts About Yashasvi Jaiswal  :

    • Yashasvi’s cricketing debut in N.N.S. Cricket Academy,  Bhadohi, at the age of 7.
    • At the age of ten, he moved to Dadar, Mumbai, to receive cricket training at Azad Maidan. Azad Maidan was far from Dadar so relocated to the Kalbadevi neighbourhood.
    • In the initial days, he started working in a dairy shop in Mumbai but due to not giving much time, the shopkeeper fired him from the dairy shop. After being fired from the shop, he also started his own stall where he used to sell pani puri and lived in tent.
    • After living in tents for three years, Jaiswal’s cricketing talent was spotted in December 2013 by Jwala Singh, who ran a cricket academy in Santacruz. Singh took Jaiswal under his wing and provided him a place to stay,before becoming his legal guardian and obtaining his power of attorney.

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    •  In IPL 2023, Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 625 runs with 5 fifties and 1 century in 14 matches at a strike rate of 163.61. Jaiswal won the Emerging Player Award in IPL 2023. 

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