Following the completion of the series, Jaiswal admitted that the South Africa series was a challenging one. He also said that it was India skipper Rohit Sharma who helped him maintain a positive mindset.
In the year 2023, Indian cricket has witnessed its share of controversies and talking points making this year exciting and eventful. Let's have a look at the top cricket controversies of 2023.
With India losing to Australia in the final in Ahmedabad, the national selection committee, which met at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday, decided to rest all players minus Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan and Prasidh Krishna, who was included as a replacement for injured allrounder Hardik Pandya.
Kolkata-based wax artist Tuhin Mukherjee made an impeccable replica of the World Cup 2023 trophy. Tuhin dedicates this sculpture to the support Team India as it is facing Australia For ICC World Cup Finals at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad.
Both Yashasvi and Varma had impressive IPL 2023 season with the bat for Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indian respectively.
The festival of colours, Holi is infectious and this time it caught up with the Indian cricketers as they were travelling to practice for the fourth Test.
Vice-captain Hardik Pandya, who led India in the last T20-I series against New Zealand, will lead the ODI side in Rohit's absence, Shah said in a release on Sunday.
Shweta Sehrawat got her first four by driving on an overpitched delivery off Grace Scrivens in the fourth over. But on the very next ball, she tried to work through the on-side, but the turn in from Grace took the top edge to short fine leg, departing for five.
Electing to field first, Parshavi justified captain Shafali Verma's call to bowling first with a spell of 3-20 in her four overs and helped India restrict New Zealand to a mere 107 in 20 overs.
Renuka got the better of Australia's Darcie Brown, England's Alice Capsey and compatriot, left-handed wicketkeeper-batter Yastika Bhatia to become the recipient of ICC Emerging Women's Cricketer of the Year 2022.
Siraj took nine wickets against Sri Lanka to be the leading wicket-taker in the three-game series and backed that up by claiming a four-wicket haul while conceding 46 runs in the opening match of the recently-completed series against New Zealand at his home ground in Hyderabad.
India opener Smriti Mandhana, who was named Player of the Match against the Windies for striking 74 not out off 51 balls, remains the top-ranked batter from her country in third position, earning nine rating points to reach 736 points.
A report by ESPNCricinfo says Pant, who miraculously survived a horrific car crash on December 30, has torn all three key ligaments in his right knee, two of which were reconstructed recently during the surgery which happened on January 6 while the reconstruction of the third torn ligament is expected after six weeks.
Laxman, 48, has filled in as the head coach of the Indian team in Dravid's absence. He was with the team for the bilateral series against Ireland in June 2022, as well as for the first T20I against England and the short tour of Zimbabwe.
Pant secured this achievement when he made a counter-attacking 46 runs off 45 balls, laced with six fours and two sixes at a strike rate of 102.22, to keep the scoreboard moving after India lost K.L. Rahul, Shubman Gill, and Virat Kohli.