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Once a homeless street vendor, 18-year-old cricketer Yashasvi Jaiswal has now been signed in a $327,000 deal
by Vedika Sud, CNN
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18 September 2020
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Teenager Yashasvi Jaiswal has experienced more of life's ups and downs than many young men his age. His is certainly a rags to riches story fit for the silver screen. The Indian ex-street vendor is set to make his Indian Premier League debut. After delays and venue changes due to Covid-19, the forthcoming IPL season -- the richest club-based league in the world -- commences on Saturday [19 September] in the United Arab Emirates, with eight teams, each named after cities in India, competing.
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... Before he left for the much-anticipated series, the IPL auctions took place on December 19, 2019. Jaiswal was listed at a base price of $27,000 but was bought at 12 times the amount -- a staggering $327,000 -- by the 2008 IPL champion.
... Jake Lush McCrum, the Royals' chief operating officer, vividly remembers the first time he met Jaiswal: 'I had been in India for a few months at that point and I was just taken aback to be honest ... He had such a challenging start, but what he's overcome is immense, and how humble he is.'
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