Yudhvir Charak: I will give my 110 percent in the training sessions

He made quite an impression in the MI nets last year where he broke Hardik Pandya's bat. The 23-year old traveled with the team to UAE as a support player.

Speaking to Greater Kashmir, Yudhvir shared the thought process behind shifting bases from Kashmir to Hyderabad, his experience in the MI nets, and more.

I wanted to play on my terms

The all-rounder who hails from Jammu and Kashmir represents Hyderabad in the domestic circuit. He even credited teammates Ambati Rayudu and Mohammed Siraj alongside his parents and coaches.

“I thought, let me just play on my terms rather than going by anybody’s say. In 2016, I started playing under-19 at the domestic level and later started representing Hyderabad in Ranji Trophy and Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy."

I will give my 110 percent in the training sessions

Yudhvir was already on the radar after being a part of the franchise as a support player during the IPL 2020 season in UAE. He began his Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy campaign with figures of 1/27 against Assam.

“I did well in the nets there and followed it up with a good show in the Mushtaq Ali Trophy recently, so I was in the consideration of the (Mumbai Indians) team management. I will give my 110 percent in upcoming practice sessions."

From support player to making it to the MI squad, Yudhvir has come a long way and we cannot wait for him to show his true caliber on the field.