When asked which uncapped player in the IPL 2023 had the most promise, Sunil Gavaskar gave a very direct response.
Sunil Gavaskar, a legendary Indian opener, chose Yashasvi Jaiswal of the Rajasthan Royals as the uncapped player to keep an eye on in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023.
The left-handed batter had a fantastic season in which he won the Emerging Player award and dazzled everyone with his style of batting.
Yashasvi Jaiswal was chosen by Sunil Gavaskar to be the uncapped star of the IPL in 2023
Jaiswal has benefited greatly from his numbers and batting style, according to Gavaskar. Gavaskar predicted that he will achieve greater success in the future. He made 625 runs this season, averaging 48.08 and striking out 163.61 percent of the time.
Yashasvi Jaiswal has been outstanding. Take a look at the 100 and 50s he has scored. Consider his roughly 500 runs in the competition.
In a conversation with Sports Today, Gavaskar said, “He has done that opening the batting and it tells you that he is something special”.
For the Indian Premier League 2023, Jaiswal was named the “Emerging Player of the Season”.
Through his impressive batting displays throughout the IPL, the left-handed batter has captured the attention of both viewers and spectators.
His showcase against the Kolkata Knight Riders on May 11 was his most impressive performance. Jaiswal scored the IPL’s quickest 50 runs, doing so in just 13 balls.
As a standby player for Ruturaj Gaikwad, who would be getting married on June 3. Jaiswal was also included in the Indian team on May 28 for the upcoming World Test Championship (WTC) final.
With his action-packed performances in the IPL 2023, the young man showed off his full potential. He scored 625 runs in 14 games, averaging 48.07 and striking out 163.61 percent of the time.
He made a century and five half-centuries, with a best score of 124. In the history of the IPL, he has scored the most runs by an uncapped player in a single season.
Jaiswal continues to present astounding statistics after this. With nine centuries and two half-centuries in just 26 innings. He has 1,845 runs at an average of 80 points in 15 first-class cricket games.
He has also amassed 1,511 runs in 32 List-A cricket innings at an average of 53.96, including five centuries, seven fifties and the highest score of 203.