Youthful confidence & personal sacrifices help India lift it’s 5th U-19 World Cup!

His father represented the country in tennis, mother played basketball for India and his younger brother is all set to emulate his father in tennis at the national level. Angkrish moved to Mumbai from Delhi at a tender age of 11 to live with and train under Abhishek Nayar, one of the top all rounders to have played for Mumbai in the recent past.

Moving away from home at an early age to be guided by a better coach and train under good facilities was also what defined the career trajectory of Vicky Ostwal, who ended the tournament with 12 wickets at 13.33, the most from the Indian contingent.

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