Cricket Maestro AB De Villiers Lauds this Indian Cricketer; Calls Him a Sensation

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Young Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal hit a magnificent knock on debut in the ongoing Test series between the West Indies and India in the Caribbean, and legendary South African batsman AB de Villiers was all praise for the player. Young opener Jaiswal, representing Team India for the first time, made his mark with a stunning century to aid Rohit Sharma and company in defeating the hosts at Windsor Park in Dominica.

In his first Test against the West Indies, the Indian opener and captain Rohit had a record-breaking partnership. Jaiswal made his debut in international cricket by leading India in scoring in the first game of the series. The star batter also won praise from the entire cricket community. discussing the batting performances.

Speaking of the young batter’s batting prowess, a former South Africa player said that Jasiwal stood out during the first Test match between India and the West Indies.

“I could tell there was something unique about him.”

“Yashasvi Jaiswal stood out as a player for me. It is unusual for a young player to play his debut Test and make a century, especially at the top of the order. I first noticed something unusual about him when I watched him play in the IPL. De Villiers stated on his Youtube channel that you could see him and tell how little time he has to face the ball.

Jaiswal proved his mettle in his first game, smashing 171 off 387 balls and shattering numerous records at Dominica. The record for the most balls faced on a Test debut belongs to opener Jaiswal of India, who became the 17th batter in history to register a century on his debut.

The 21-year-old is also the fifth-youngest hitter in Test cricket history to score 150 runs in their debut. India defeated the West Indies by an innings and 141 runs, helped along by centuries from Rohit and Jaiswal. For his outstanding batting performance, Young Jaiswal was also named the Player of the Match.

He has plenty of free time. Being a nice, tall left-hander, he won’t be bothered by the tempo. He has time to play and make decisions.

He has plenty of free time. Being a nice, tall left-hander, he won’t be bothered by the tempo. He has time to think things through and play both with and against pace and spin. He is a very gifted young man and a very promising possibility for Team India in the future, and I am pleased to see him hit that century in that game, the former South African captain continued.