Mumbai’s this cricketer recorded in Guinness Book of World Records

Mumbai's this cricketer recorded in Guinness Book of World Records

The performance of 19-year-old cricketer Siddharth Mohite from Mumbai has been recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records. Siddharth Mohite has been recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records for batting the longest time in a net session, that is, more than 72 hours.

Mumbai’s Siddharth Mohite has set a record for the longest batting in the nets. Last week, Siddharth Mohite batted for 72 hours and 5 minutes, breaking Virag Mane’s record of 50 hours in 2015. Therefore, his performance is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.

In this regard, Siddharth said, “I am very happy that my efforts have been successful. It was a way to show people that I was different. Coach Jwala Singh helped me in my endeavor. Everyone was refusing me for guidance. When I contacted Jwala Saran, he said yes to me. They gave me full support and gave me the guidance I needed, “the release said.

image-Siddharth(Twitter)

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