A promising young cricketer from India, Prithvi Pankaj Shaw, helped the U-19 Indian Cricket squad win the 2018 U-19 World Cup. Early in his childhood, he began playing cricket, and he captained Rizvi Springfield High School. When he broke the school cricket world mark, he was labeled a prodigy. When he accomplished this accomplishment at the age of fourteen, he quickly became well-known and was frequently contrasted with the legendary Sachin Tendulkar. He quickly became a member of India’s U-19 team, which won the Young Asia Cup. In 2017, he scored a century to elegantly debut in the Ranji Cup. After that, he scored a century for the Duleep Cup. In 2018, he was chosen as the captain of India’s under-19 World Cup team, and he was effective in leading his team to victory in New Zealand. He is a member of the Delhi Daredevils IPL 2018 roster. He is regarded as the upcoming, potential talent in Indian cricket, with a promising future.
Prithvi Shaw’s Career
The cricket career of Prithvi Shaw began very early when his father enrolled him in a Virar cricket school. Later, he joined Mumbai’s Middle Income Group (MIG) Cricket Team and kept honing his craft. In order to support his career and relocate to Mumbai, AAP Entertainment, a sports management company, gave him a contract in 2010 for Rs 300,000.
Later in 2012, he was chosen for a three-month stay at Manchester’s Cheadle Hulme School with the intention of studying and training under various circumstances. He discovered how to adapt to the English climate and even played for Gloucestershire’s second side.
Additionally, he received invitations to participate in a program for cricket and personality development from Bradfield College and the Julian Wood Cricket School. Since then, he has made several trips to England and competed in a variety of leagues.
When he broke the school cricket run-scoring mark in 2013, he garnered national attention. He represented Rizvi Springfield School as captain in the interschool tournament, competing for the Harris Shield against St. Francis D’Assisi School. In the game, he amassed 546 runs off 330 balls. He was appointed shortly after Mumbai’s under-16 captain for the upcoming Vijay Merchant Trophy.
In the Ranji Trophy matches against Tamil Nadu in January 2017, he made his first-class debut. He helped his squad win by hitting a century in the second inning. He became the youngest player to ever make a century in the Duleep Trophy in September 2017. Sachin Tendulkar previously owned the record for this. Prithvi Shaw was then appointed captain of the Indian U-19 squad competing in the 2018 World Cup.
Under his leadership, the Indian U-19 squad won the World Cup in February 2018. He was up for sale in the 2018 IPL, and Delhi Daredevils paid USD 187,500 to purchase him. His management is presently under the direction of Mumbai-based marketing sports company Baseline Ventures after he secured a multiyear sponsorship deal.
Prithvi’s Individual Existence
In Thane, India, on November 9, 1999, Prithvi Shaw was born. When he was only four years old, his mother passed away, and to help him deal, he turned to cricket. His father, a trader in garments, ceased operating to concentrate on his son’s career. With the aid of a generous deal from AAP Entertainment, the pair relocated to Santacruz in Mumbai. His graduation from Rizvi College of Arts, Science, and Commerce is something he is presently working toward.
Estimated Net Worth
Prithvi Shaw, who is still a young man, has amassed success for himself. His current estimated net worth is $3 million.
The voyage of Prithvi is featured in the 2011 cricket documentary “Beyond All Boundaries.” The documentary shows how his father exerted more pressure on him to advance through the levels and represent his country.