Today cricbuzz prediction: “I played 5 tests and then I was gone. Everyone said I had a problem…”: Prithvi Shaw opens up difficult times

Prithvishaw, who scored a record 379 in a recent Ranji Trophy match, said it was tough not being in the Indian squad, but Rahul Dravid and Pallas Manbry helped him out.

Prithvi Shaw’s career isn’t quite what it used to be. He was not yet 19 when he made his Test debut, but he was destined for the big stage when he made his first appearance on the international stage when he became India’s second youngest Test Centurion. I have proved that it is attached. He scored a blistering 100 on his debut against the West Indies in October 2018. He confirmed this with a 70 on the next test. But since then, injuries and a not-so-good first Test in Australia in December 2020 hampered his career. He’s far from being in the testing scheme of things right now.

But he had no issues with his T20 form. He went on to blow up New Ball bowlers in the IPL and domestic cricket, but never performed well for the T20I team. It ended when he was called up to the Indian team for the T20I series of . Before the first T20I at lunch, Shaw recalled memories of his test debut and the difficulties he faced afterward.

“My first call-up to the team was a proud moment for me.It was a different feeling to get the trial cap.I always wanted to play a friendly for India.First draft. was really special. It has had its ups and downs. But you learn something new every day. I just tried my best. I tried to be as patient and calm as possible and focused on getting the process and routine right. It’s the little things that make you perfect. People say that if the process is good, even if you miss a few games, you can score on the next goal,” Shaw said in an interview with

The show was put away by Mitchell Stark and Pat Cummins at his Pink Ball test in Adelaide. It is the only match India have lost in the historic Test series for 2020-21.

“After five friendly games, I was out for a while. Everyone said we had technical problems, and I felt the same. (Back to basics).” At first, it didn’t hit (on the net) for a long time. Previously she was hitting 40-45 minutes and that was it. I used to come out of the net. But then [I was dropped] I started hitting the net for a few hours with my coach in Mumbai and started working on my technique,” he said.

Lunge, the Mumbai-born right-hander who hit a record 379 in his trophy match recently, struggled not to be in the Indian squad, but the likes of Rahul Dravid and his Paras Mhambrey helped him out. He said he gave it to me. “The last 18 months have been a tough road. There are people who have supported me throughout my career and who have stood by me at this stage and even when I am not playing in India, I am Rahul sir (Dravid) and Paras sir (bowling coach Paras Mhambrey) have been with me since I was 16 years old.

Shaw last represented India in an international match in his T20I against Sri Lanka on 25 July 2021. Since then he has racked up runs in domestic cricket.

In early January he scored 379 runs in the Ranji Trophy match against Assam. It is the second highest single point tally in tournament history and the highest by a Mumbai batsman.

Against Assam he scored 332 runs, his rate of 181.42 strikes and a high score of 134. He finished second in his list of top run getters in his Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy last year.

However, Shaw was unable to enter India’s XI for the series opener at lunch as India selected Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan, but the offensive hitter isn’t disappointed at all.

“I’m not going to go on too much. I’m a person who likes to stay in the present. Whenever I have the opportunity, I will try to put out more than 100% of my strength.”

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