Prithvi Shaw Assures Fans He Will Return With His Better Version After Serving Suspension
Indian batsman Prithvi Shaw, who turned 20 on Saturday (November 9, 2019), will be ending his eight-month ban on November 15 and is eyeing to making a roaring comeback on the field. On the occasion of his birthday, the batsman took to Twitter and gave assurance to all the cricket fans that they will witness a better version of the cricketer. Hence, Prithvi Shaw 2.0. Earlier this year, the youngster was found guilty of ingesting a prohibited substance and therefore faced an eight-month ban. Nevertheless, the suspension will be uplifted within a week and the Under-19 World Cup-winning captain looks all set to dismantle the bowling line-ups again. Happy Birthday Prithvi Shaw: Five Knocks Which Prove He Is the Next Big Thing in Indian Cricket.
“I turn 20 today. I assure it will be Prithvi Shaw 2.0 going forward. Thank u for all the good wishes & support. Will be back in action soon. #motivation #hardwork #believe” read the video posted by the batsman on the microblogging website. The caption clearly depicts Shaw’s urge to make a scintillating comeback which he is likely to make in the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019.
I turn 20 today. I assure it will be Prithvi Shaw 2.0 going forward. Thank u for all the good wishes & support. Will be back in action soon. #motivation#hardwork#believepic.twitter.com/SIwIGxTZaJ
— Prithvi Shaw (@PrithviShaw) November 9, 2019
At a tender age of 17, Shaw burst into the scenes by piling huge runs in the domestic circuit. He, in fact, is the only batsman to hit a century in debut match of Ranji Trophy, Deodhar Trophy, and Test cricket. The right-handed batsman also led India to the title in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2018. In the same year, he made his Test debut and announced his arrival by smashing a terrific century on debut.
However, Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agarwal plundered a mountain of runs in the recently concluded India vs South Africa Test series. So, the Mumbai batsman certainly needs to put up some extra-ordinary performances in the domestic circuit in order to don the national jersey again.