Prithvi Shaw is an emerging young batsman in cricket. He created a stir in the Indian cricket fraternity at the age of 14 with his batting performance at Harris Shield in Mumbai. He has amassed plenty of runs in school cricket and with the heavy weight of runs, did not disappoint the game to force the ranks of junior cricket.
Prithvi Shaw Profile
After his Harris Shield performance, both Ranji Trophy (2016-17) and Duleep Trophy (2017) have several other records including centuries. Such records were made by Sachin Tendulkar. After skyrocketing through grade- and age-level cricket, he was named the captain of the Indian Under-19 team for the 2018 Junior World Cup in New Zealand. Shaw contributed brilliantly with the bat as captain, scoring 651 runs at an average of 65 with 2 fifties with him.
After losing his mother at an early age, Shaw’s responsibility fell entirely on his father, Pankaj Shaw. He also fulfilled this responsibility completely. Pankaj Shaw left his business and moved to Mumbai from Virar in 2006 and bid to bring Prithvi Shaw closer to the MIG ground in Bandra.
There was an incident that in 2010, retired Mumbai spinner Nilesh Kulkarni saw Shaw and signed him up for INR 300,000 per year from his sports management company. After this, the hunger for runs started increasing in them.
Shaw was invited to play in the school circuit in England, and scored 1446 runs over a two-month period. Seeing a vigorous run of runs, he knocked at the door of junior cricket in India.
The cricket lover of his batting is convincing, his batting timing is excellent, his nature is very calm.
- Full Name: Prithvi Pankaj Shaw
- Birth Place: Thane(Maharashtra)
- Role: Batsman
- Batting Style: Right Handed Bat
India U19, Mumbai,India Red, India A, Indian Board Presidents XI,Rest of India, India, Board Presidents XI, Delhi Capitals,
- Test debut 🆚West Indies at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Oct 04, 2018
- ODI debut 🆚 New Zealand at Seddon Park, Feb 05, 2020
- IPL debut 🆚 Kings XI Punjab at Arun Jaitley Stadium, Apr 23, 2018
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