IPL 2022: Young fast bowler Aavesh Khan, who played for Delhi Capitals (DC) in IPL, made a lot of noise with his superb bowling in IPL 2021. The selectors, seeing this brilliant performance of passion, included him in the T20 World Cup 2021 as a net-bowler in Team India. After that, he was also given a chance in Team India for the series played against New Zealand and South Africa. And now he was also successful in getting a place in the team for the limited-overs series to be played against West Indies. However, before that, he has told the story of his entire struggle from domestic cricket to international cricket.
Aavesh Khan Waiting for international debut
22-year-old young star fast bowler Aavesh Khan took a total of 24 wickets in this IPL 2021. He was the second-highest wicket-taker after Harshal Patel. During this, his average was 18.75. The same he spent runs at an economy rate of 7.37. In terms of T20 cricket, this figure is quite spectacular.
After which he was given a place in the domestic T20 series played against New Zealand and the limited-overs team on the tour of South Africa. However, during this time he did not get a chance to make his international debut. But it is believed that Avesh can make his debut for Team India in the series against West Indies.
To achieve anything in life you need to struggle
The series played between India and West Indies (IND vs WI) is going to start with an ODI match from 6 February. And after that mega auction ( IPL 2022 Mega Auction 2022 ) is also to be held on February 12 and 13. Before that, young bowler Aavesh Khan has told about his struggle while talking to Boria Majumdar. Avesh was part of the Indian team in the 2016 Under-19 World Cup. Avesh had to struggle for about 10 years before getting a place in the Under-19 World Cup. They said,
Only me, mom, and dad have actually gone through the struggle. If I talk about my struggle, it will end in two minutes, but we have lived with it for 10 years. We can talk about it. But only I can feel it, what phase we have gone through. To achieve anything in life, you have to struggle, no matter what your family background is.
There was a lack of money even to buy a bicycle
The 25-year-old bowler also recalled his days when his father had no work for two years. Avesh tells that, at that time even Rs.20-30 to be spent for bus fare was a huge amount. he said,
My father was a shopkeeper and at one point he had no work for two years due to the breakdown of the shop. The distance to the ground was more than our house and the bus fare was around Rs 20-30, which was high for us at that time. At that time I asked my father to buy me a cycle so that I could go with him to the field and school and save some money. But my father didn’t have that much money at that time so we bought an old bicycle