Yashasvi’s maiden century powered Rajasthan Royals to 212/7 in opposition to Mumbai Indians on the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday. Yashasvi, who scored an excellent 124 off 62 balls, has grow to be the ‘Orange Cap’ holder within the IPL 2023.
In 9 matches, the left-hander has scored 428 runs at a median of 47.55 and a strike fee of 159.70. He has scored one century and three half-centuries, with greatest rating of 124.
“I enjoyed every part of my innings. I was thinking right, planning right and hitting the right shots. I have practised all the shots that I want to play. Every time I hold a bat, be it in the nets or the match, I feel the same way. The things I do in practice will reflect in the game. I have worked a lot on my batting, my skills with Zubin sir right through the season, white ball and red-ball,” Yashasvi stated after the match.
“When I got to the hundred, it was an amazing feeling and this is what I wanted. It is really special, I need to enjoy it but I need to look forward and keep going. I never thought about slowing down, I know my role in the team, I need to keep going and make sure run-rate is high and contribute as much as I can in whatever way possible to the team,” Yashasvi stated.