India’s young southpaw Rishabh Pant is expected to feature in the second T20I against Australia in Nagpur today. The match will be played under the lights at 7:00 PM IST.
The team management might go with the youngster in the must-win game against Australia. Earlier, the management went with Dinesh Karthik ahead of Rishabh Pant.
Pant has played 58 games for Team India in T20Is where he has scored 934 runs at an average of 23.9. He slammed three half-centuries to his name and still has plenty of work to do to come on top in this format.
Meanwhile, in the latest development, Rishabh Pant has decided to part ways with Delhi Capitals Promoter JSW Sports. For the opposite, JSW Sports is also the promoter of IPL franchise Delhi Capitals.
Rishabh Pant is the captain of the Delhi-based franchise in the Indian Premier League. After making up his mind to break up with JSW Sports, Pant has signed with Mumbai-based entity Collective Artists Network.
As a result, the Collective Artists Network will manage all its commercial endorsements. Apart from his earnings through games, Pant also earns money through endorsements.
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Rishabh Pant decides to part ways with JSW Sports
The young wicketkeeper said he has already moved to Mumbai-based entity. He also feels great to be represented by the country’s largest players in the talent ecosystem.
Pant also added that he is pretty much sure that it will be a very successful partnership. “I have now moved to Collective Artists Network.
“It feels incredible to be exclusively represented by India’s largest players in the talent ecosystem in India and I’m sure this will be a very successful partnership,” Pant added.
On the other hand, JSW Sports on its official site claims to own massive assets. It includes Delhi Capitals in IPL, Haryana Steelers Franchise in Pro Kabaddi League. Apart from that, it also includes Bengaluru Football Club in Indian Super League.
Meanwhile, Vijay Subramaniam, Group CEO and founder of the Collective Artists Network, said, “I’m truly excited to welcome Rishabh Pant.
“His pure on-field brilliance and his naturally amiable persona make him a truly unique proposition for his fans and partners. We look forward to taking the Rishabh brand forward with our infrastructure,” he added.
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