Bulandshahr (UP): Bulandshahr all-rounder Parshvi Chopra, who performed a key function in India’s title win within the Below-19 Ladies’s T20 World Cup match, was as soon as a skating lover however now cricket has develop into her life. India captured the title by defeating England by seven wickets within the remaining of the primary Ladies’s Below-19 T20 World Cup on Sunday. On this victory, 16-year-old leg-break bowler Parshvi took two necessary wickets for simply 13 runs in 4 overs.
Whereas there’s an environment of celebration throughout the nation on India’s historic victory, there’s happiness in Parshvi’s father Gaurav Chopra’s home in Secunderabad, Bulandshahr. After India’s title win, Parshvi’s relations danced to the beat of drums and distributed sweets at her ancestral house, Secunderabad. Parshvi’s father informed PTI, “Parshvi used to observe cricket matches since childhood. However to start with she had a ardour for skating and he or she was doing very nicely in it however abruptly her thoughts shifted from skating to cricket. Now cricket has develop into his life.
Chopra mentioned that he’s very completely satisfied that his daughter is a vital a part of the Indian workforce that gained the historic victory.
He mentioned, “Now we have by no means allowed any shortcoming within the teaching of Parshvi. Parshvi has joined two academies in order that she will get an opportunity to be taught on a regular basis. An academy runs solely three to 4 days per week. He mentioned that Parshvi has achieved step one of success. There’s nonetheless a protracted solution to go and the age of studying by no means ends.
Parshvi’s mom Sheetal Chopra informed that Parshvi has been working onerous on sports activities since she was 10 years previous. She gave her first trial when she was 12 years previous, however was not chosen then. After that he was chosen on the age of 13. She has additionally performed Below-16.
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