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Mayank became the fastest bowler of the season on IPL debut: bowled the ball at a speed of 156, took training in the same academy from which Pant-Dhawan emerged.


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Lucknow Super Giants fast bowler Mayank Yadav has created a stir in his debut match in IPL. Mayank took 3 wickets for 27 runs in 4 overs and was adjudged player of the match. He has become the first pace bowler to be named Player of the Match on debut. However, Mayank's name is not discussed because he took 3 wickets or became the player of the match. The ball speed of 155.6 kilometers per hour (KMPH) has brought his name on the lips of cricket lovers. This is the fastest ball of this season.

Mayank, who hails from Delhi, bowled 8 of his 24 balls at a speed above 150 KMPH. The speed of all his 24 balls was above 140 KMPH. In this story we will know in detail about this new pace sensation of India. First of all, look at the graphic of his performance in the debut match. ,

Performance in IPL debut match…

Lost game converted into victory for Lucknow
Chasing the target of 200 runs, Punjab had scored 101 runs without loss in 11 overs. Then captain Shikhar Dhawan was unbeaten on 59 runs and Jonny Bairstow was unbeaten on 42 runs. There was a century partnership between the two openers. Mayank first broke the century opening partnership by dismissing Jonny Bairstow. Then he destroyed the middle order of Punjab by dismissing Prabhsimran and Jitesh Sharma.

He also got all three wickets because of his speed. Mayank showed the way to the pavilion by inviting Bairstow to pull the short ball at a speed of 141. Then a short pitch of 147 speed was bowled to Prabhsimran Singh, which Prabhsimran went to pull and was completely beaten by the pace. After that, Jitesh Sharma was also caught on a short ball with a speed of 141.

Commentators gave nickname- Rajdhani Express
Mayank Yadav has taken training at Sonet Cricket Club, Delhi. This is the same academy from which great cricketers like Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, Shikhar Dhawan and Ashish Nehra have emerged. Nehra's coach had said after seeing him for the first time – 'One day he will become the fastest bowler.' Mayank, who bowled stormily in the debut match, was given the nickname of Rajdhani Express by the commentators.

Generally, the nickname of a superfast bowler is named after the city where he hails from. That's why Shoaib Akhtar is called Rawalpindi Express and Umran Malik is called Jammu Express. Delhi is the capital of the country and the train named Rajdhani Express is famous for its speed in the entire country, so Mayank was called Rajdhani Express. However, the maximum speed of Rajdhani Express is only 130 KMPH. Mayank's balls are much faster than this.

Father's business sank due to Corona, academy got special spikes made
The coach tells that Mayank is from a normal family. His father used to run a business, but due to the lockdown caused by the Corona epidemic, his business collapsed and he started struggling. His coach Devendra tells that when he came, he did not even have spikes. In such a situation, the academy had made special spikes for him from outside. Mayank Yadav, 6 feet, 2 inches tall, wears shoes number 12 because he has big toes.

Lost chance to join Team India due to injury
Along with Akashdeep, Mayank Yadav was also among the contenders during the Test series against England. Indian selectors had an eye on him, but due to hamstring injury he could not play the Ranji season and lost the chance of selection in Team India.

The coach tells that in the last Ranji season he had received a call from the Railways Ranji team. Before he joined Railways, he also got a call from Delhi Ranji Camp. Mayank always wanted to play for Delhi Ranji team. Therefore, he rejected the Railways offer and joined the Delhi Ranji camp.

Mayank's domestic career at last
Mayank plays domestic cricket for Delhi and has played only one first class match so far. Mayank has played 17 List-A and 10 T-20 matches. Mayank has 34 wickets in his name in List-A and his economy is also 5.35. In T20, Mayank has taken 12 wickets with an excellent economy of 6.44.

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