It feels good to see young players having the patience and skills which are essentially missing nowadays in the longer format of the game. Playing with patience, taking some time at the crease, proper cricketing shots everything is getting replaced with quick 50’s, eccentric shots like reverse sweeps and dilscoops and big sixes. That resilience of surviving long bowling spells and playing like a pro in the original & purest format of the game i.e test cricket is under extinction.
One such example of fine perfomance was this talented batsman Siddhesh Jadhav who scored 174 runs in 3 matches he played in the recently held Kalpesh Koli tournament. Right handed Siddhesh played against good teams like Worli Center, Kalina & Kandivali center where he notched up two half centuries at an average of 87 & a strike rate of 50.29 with a best score of 71* off 138balls. In fact, Siddhesh’s 71* also came at a time when his team was struggling with 4wkts down & siddhesh resurrecting the innings back for his side. In the 3rd match he also took 2wkts with his leg spin which makes him a handy all-rounder to have in the side. Siddhesh who plays for Vasai Center has certainly become an important player to have in the side.
From what we can see so far, Siddhesh certainly has the calmness, patience and clever batting skills which are required to excel in cricket. Cricketgraph congratulates siddhesh for his promising perfomance in the Kalpesh Koli tournament & also wishes him luck for a great future ahead.