‘Hawabaz nahi hai…’: Mayank Yadav’s coach draws stunning comparison with other players | Cricket News


New Delhi: Mayank Yadav An overnight sensation with his blistering pace and match-winning spells, he took 3 for 27 for Lucknow Super Giants. ipl 2024 Match against Punjab Kings on Saturday.
Mayank's blistering pace saw him bowl the fastest ball of the season in his IPL debut, clocking in at 155.8 km/h while bowling to Punjab captain Shikhar Dhawan.
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It has been seen in the past that young players achieved fame quickly, but their success soon waned as they seemed to get carried away after their initial achievements.
Contrary to this trend, it seems that his childhood coach Mayank from Sonnet Club is an exception Devendra Sharma He expressed that his pupil is deeply committed to his game.

Devendra told IANS, “He has more arsenal in his kitty, he is not a fan, he is serious about his game.”
Mayank also had to struggle a lot while transforming from a weak 15-year-old kid to a fearsome fast bowler.
Seeing Mayank excel on the cricket field, his father Prabhu Yadav was always determined to embrace the struggles associated with the middle class.

The lives of the Yadav family of West Delhi's Punjabi Bagh changed overnight when their 21-year-old son bowled 24 balls for Lucknow Super Giants.
“Had it not been for Ustadji and Devender Bhai, my son would not have come this far. I wanted him to play cricket but they prepared him for all the big tests,” Prabhu couldn't thank the late Tarak Sinha (Ustadji). And the current head coach (Sharma) of the famous Sonnet Club is grateful for his contribution to his son's development.

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