Suryakumar Yadav will get a chance to play for the Indian National team in 2021, Predicts Hirav Shah.
With talent and perseverance, success is a must !!
Well is that so?
Then, Why hasn’t Suryakumar Yadav been able to break into the Indian cricket team?
On that note, Celebrated Astro Strategist cum Sports Astrologer Hirav Shah, who has carved a niche for himself in the fields of Corporate Businesses, Politics, Entertainment industry, Tourism and Hospitality, Real Estate sector and Sports with his extraordinary understanding of business ethics and astrology asserts,
The sooner we realize what works for us, the better and bigger our growth can be. You need the TIMING to be right. You need ASTROLOGY on your side besides the talent, perseverance, skill, mental toughness, hard work, smart work, tenacity, optimism and growth mindset.
Surya Kumar Yadav was born on 14 September 1990, So He is a number 5 person which is ruled by Mercury.
Well, Yadav definitely had and still has the potential to become a good number 3 or number 4 batsman for Indian Team. But those slots have been always occupied by players who seem to be inevitable for the team’s success. For the past five years, Virat Kohli cemented the number 3 spot.
Regarding number 4 spot, many people have been chosen to suit the conditions like Yuvraj Singh ,Suresh Raina ,Ambati Rayudu ,Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik,.etc.. Now, the team is finally settled with Shreyas Iyer .
We have seen earlier that strong performances in the IPL have often been rewarded with a spot on the National Squad. But for Yadav, the wait which was already long, continues, surprisingly.
Meanwhile, Hirav Shah, India’s top adviser and influencer in the field of sports, says
Success is the combination of Hard work, Smart work, Talent and Luck and all are multiplied with each other so if any of these factors are zero, then success will be a distant dream !
Well, The 30-year-old Mumbai Indians batsman has proven to be a run-machine at this IPL, with an average just above 40 and a strike rate above 155–both numbers are his best yet in an IPL season–yet he has missed out again on making the team for Australia.
Soon after the squads were announced on Wednesday, Yadav was out in the middle, playing the finest innings of his IPL career, taking on bowlers as deadly and diverse as Dale Steyn and Yuzvendra Chahal with equal ease; his 79 off 43 balls was more or less the entire story of MI’s chase.
“Deep down inside he must be very very disappointed to not have donned the blue for India,” his teammate Kieron Pollard said immediately after the match. “He just keeps getting better.”
It is an undeniable statement–Yadav does keep getting better.
Lets discuss his IPL stunts. Yadav batted low down the order for KKR and attacked with grace, in a few seasons. In 2018, he played for MI and batted with even more success.He finished with 512 runs. In 2019, he scored 424 runs and this season he is all set to exceed all of his earlier performances.
If you think Yadav has had a prolific journey only in the IPL, then you are mistaken !!
At last year’s Vijay Hazare Trophy, he had the highest average in the tournament (113) in the four innings he got and the third best strike-rate (154.79). In the Mushtaq Ali T20s, he was Mumbai’s highest run-getter and the third highest in the tournament (392 runs, in 10 innings, SR: 168.96). In the Ranji Trophy he aggregated 508 runs in five games (avg 56.44). Add to it the Deodhar Trophy, where Yadav had a knock of 72 from 29 balls.
He scored two centuries in the Ranji and both came in the second innings on difficult tracks. In the first game of the season against Baroda, he helped Prithvi Shaw set up the win with an unbeaten 102; in the penultimate tie of the league stage against Saurashtra–when all seemed lost for Mumbai after they conceded a first innings lead–he helped his team make a match of it by blasting an aggressive 134.
In a dominating, powerful side like MI, it is easy to go under the radar when you are playing with the likes of Rohit Sharma, Quinton de Kock, Pollard and Hardik Pandya. Yet, Yadav has made the pivotal No 3 position his own in this fiery line-up; so much so that Pandya is hardly getting a bat this season.
He’s done it not just with his fine technique and powerful strokes but by thinking on his feet and outsmarting the bowlers. He has shown a nice temperament too, a very important aspect indeed.
5 and 6 are the favorable numbers for Birth number 5.
Future of SuryaKumar Yadav and Conclusion
SuryaKumar yadav is in his 31st year. He will enter 32nd year in September 2021.
2021 adds to 5 and 2022 adds to 6
Certainly, Yadav has put the Indian selectors under pressure !!
His display of calmness and aggressiveness, has already been appreciated by Cricket fans, fanatics and experts.
So, Will Suryakumar Yadav get a chance to play for India, ever?
Yes and A Resounding Yes.
Between July 2021 to September 2022 one of the best periods for Suryakumar Yadav to get a chance to play for India, Predicts Hirav Shah, India’s Top Astro Strategist Cum Sports Astrologer.