The Team India vice-captain Rohit Sharma was recently spotted in the coastal town of Mumbai – Alibaug to look for a property. It seems like the ongoing fiasco surrounding his injury and participation in IPL has not managed to affect the cricketer.
Sometime last week, Rohit was seen in the coastal town and locals there have revealed to this paper that he had sailed across the Arabian Sea to look for some property. Known for its scenic beauty, Alibaug hosts Mumbai’s reachest individuals. Recently, Virat Kohli was seen spending time in the coastal town during the lockdown amid COVID-19.
A report in Mumbai Mirror states that Rohit Sharma flew from the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore on his day off to see a couple of properties. He reached there by Ro-Ro ferry with his car in tow. Rohit was seen wearing a black t-shirt and was seen agreeing to selfies of the locals.
Meanwhile, Rohit has not replied to emails while one of his aides refused to comment on the same.
“You should ask him directly because I could not go with him,” Mumbai Report quoted one of Rohit Sharma’s aide as saying.
Rohit Sharma to fly to Austalia
Meanwhile, Team India is likely to receive a massive boost as star batsman Rohit Sharma is on road to achieve full fitness and is likely to play the last two Test matches against Australia. Initially, Rohit was not named in any of the three squads when the BCCI announced the team last month. The batsman was nursing a hamstring injury and the selectors decided against including him in the squads.
He, however, returned to action soon for Mumbai Indians and was later included in the Test squad. The right-handed batsman was not included in the limited-overs squad as a precautionary measure.
India Today reported that Rohit’s hamstring feels much better and could be on board to Australia on the 12th of December if he clears the assessment at the NCA on the 11th. He is likely to undergo a 14-day quarantine after landing down under and after a week’s training, Rohit should be ready for the third Test in Sydney from the 3rd of January.