Jaiswal gets fifty on debut, Rohit hits half-century as India reach 146/0 at lunch

Roseau in Dominica, on July 13th, the debutant opener Yashasvi Jaiswal showed great composure and temperament as he scored a well-compiled half-century. The Indian openers controlled the game and reached a score of 146 for no loss at lunch on the second day of the Test match against the West Indies. Captain Rohit Sharma also played with restraint and reached his 15th half-century in Test cricket. The pitch at Windsor Park was slow, making it easier for the Indian batsmen to defend. The West Indies bowlers didn’t pose much of a threat, and there were only 66 runs scored in the session. Jaiswal hit his first boundary on Friday to reach his half-century, and it was a pull shot off Alzarri Joseph. Jaiswal has hit seven boundaries so far, while Rohit has hit six fours and two sixes. The old Dukes ball didn’t move much in the opposite direction and Rohit’s hit over mid-wicket was the best shot of the morning. He also hit a square cut and punched a full-toss through the covers after a slow first hour. With plenty of time left in the game, the Indian team is trying to score enough runs to make it hard for West Indies to win on a worn-out track in the third inning. Please rewrite this text in simpler words:

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