Prithvi Shaw is the wonder boy of world cricket at the moment. Since making into the headlines after his sensational innings in Mumbai’s School cricket, everyone looks upon him with great expectations. And he has never let anyone down. In his first-class debut match two years ago, he scored a hundred and kept his form wherever he played since then.
Just last year, he led the Indian U19 team to a record fourth World Cup title. After just eight months to that glory, Shaw made his Test debut against West Indies in a home series and scored a sparkling hundred and later was named the man of the series. The cricket fraternity took no time in welcoming him into the grandest level of cricket.
India had great expectations from him for the Test series against Australia, where he was supposed to open the batting. But few things are not in your stars and the same case was with Shaw, who injured his ankle during a tour game and was ruled out of the Test series after failing to recover on time.
Now, he is fit and raring to go back onto the field after completing his rehabilitation. He took no time to express his eagerness to play over Twitter, where his latest tweet reads; “Aapna time Aayega… Injury Se fit hoke… Mein Aur runs Banayega… Aapna time Aayega…”
— Prithvi Shaw (@PrithviShaw) January 30, 2019
Former Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth took no time in spotting this tweet and wished the young man to work hard. The controversial pacer went to add that he believes that if there is someone who can come close to Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli’s records, its Prithvi Shaw.
Sreesanth’s quoted while replying; “For sure brother..keep working hard and never ever give up..I am sure if anyone can come close to Sachin Bhai and Virat it’s you..keep at it #apnatimeayega.”
For sure brother..keep working hard and never ever give up..👍🏻🙏🏻✌🏻iam sure if anyone can come close to Sachin bhai and Virat it’s you..👍🏻keep at it#apnatimeayega
— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36) January 31, 2019