Rishabh Pant is one of the most followed personalities in the Indian cricket. Albeit his absence from the Indian cricketing circuit, he has been paying visits to his franchise whenever he has managed to get some time or has even chimed in with crucial advices for youngsters who are just new to the game.
For the ones who still question that what exactly made Rishabh Pant the heartthrob of the country, the answer is a handful of commanding knocks against the likes of England and Australia and that too in the latter’s den, leaving them with an extremely sour taste in their mouth.
Here is what Delhi Capitals are going through at the moment
His absence has left Delhi Capitals caught in a rut. They have somehow been stuck in the rock bottom of the IPL points table and despite the victories racked of late and somewhat of a late resurgence for the Capitals, things have still seemed downhill for them. However, as far as the IPL goes, the team still stays in the hunt of making the playoffs, even though they are still dangling barely by a thread.
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Rishabh Pant’s latest explorations include that of a visit to the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi for a home game of Delhi Capitals and in a surprise visit on Tuesday, the BCCI welcome him to the NCA in order to talk to the U16 players who are now embracing the sport with a lot of dreams in their eyes, hoping to make it big in the craft of willow and leather in the 22 yards.
This is what BCCI had to say about Rishabh Pant
Talking in a tweet, BCCI said, “The boys who are part of the Under-16 high performance camp at NCA Bangalore had the opportunity to interact with Rishabh Pant on cricket, life, hard work and much much more. It was very generous of @RishabhPant17 to spare time for interacting with these young boys.”
Pant has already been ruled out of the WTC finale and is also not a part of the IPL. However, he is expected to make a footfall for the World Cup that is slated to be played later in the year in India.