Prithvi Shaw is now concentrating on the Ranji Trophy rather than India’s return.

Prithvi Shaw is now concentrating on the Ranji Trophy rather than India’s return. “I’m not thinking too far ahead and like to stay in the present. “There are no expectations; I’m just happy to be back playing cricket,” Shaw remarked.

Indian batter Prithvi Shaw made a triumphant return to the domestic arena following a lengthy injury layoff. Shaw has been out of action for some months following his stint in County Cricket in 2023, when he received a knee injury.

However, when he returned to fight for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy in his second match, the 24-year-old delivered an outstanding effort, scoring 159 runs in 185 deliveries to help Mumbai get off to a flying start in the four-day clash against Chhattisgarh.

Indian hitter Prithvi Shaw returned triumphantly to the domestic arena after a lengthy injury absence. Shaw has been out of action for some months since his stint in County Cricket in 2023, when he sustained a knee injury.

However, when he returned to fight for Mumbai in his second Ranji Trophy encounter, the 24-year-old put up an excellent performance, scoring 159 runs in 185 deliveries to help Mumbai get off to a flying start in the four-day duel against Chhattisgarh.

When asked about a future return to the Indian team, Shaw said he isn’t thinking about it right now and is purely focused on winning the Ranji Trophy with Mumbai.

“I’m not thinking too far ahead and like to stay in the present. There are no expectations; I’m just thrilled to be back playing cricket. I’ve just returned from injury and want to offer my all. “My goal is to win the Ranji Trophy for Mumbai, and I’m trying to do so by contributing as much as I can going forward,” Prithvi Shaw stated in an interview with The Indian Express.

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After I stayed for a few hours, things became normal: Shaw

Shaw also discussed how unusual it felt to return to the lineup after a five-month hiatus. He also stated that his jitters had settled after spending a significant amount of time on the pitch.

“I wanted to do well, but I wasn’t sure if I could bat in my way. Kaise kheloonga (how will I play), when I will return, and if it will be on a positive note or not. These were the thoughts that were floating around. “But after a few hours, things returned to normal,” Shaw remarked.

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