Rohit Sharma is undoubtedly India’s best opener at the moment and he has been very much consistent with the bat. He enjoys a big fan base across the world and is one of the most beloved cricketers in the country. He is currently part of the India tour of England 5-match Test series.
So far he has been the standout performer for India, Rohit has contributed well in the two Tests played against England. Also recently he became the highest-ranked Test opener in the World. Current Rohit Sharma is placed at the number 6 spot in ICC Test batsmen rankings.
Meanwhile, a clip of Rohit Sharma fans from the World Test Championship (WTC) has been going viral on social media. In the clip, a group of fans was seen chanting “10 rupiya ki Pepsi Rohit Sharma sexy“.
Also in the video, Rohit Sharma’s wife Ritika Sajdeh was seen smiling when all this was going on.
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“The five hundreds really don’t mean much anymore” – Rohit Sharma On His 2019 World Cup Centuries
In a book titled, ‘Mission Domination: An Unfinished Quest’ by Boria Majumdar and Kushan Sarkar, it was revealed that he was disappointed after the 2019 World Cup despite scoring 5 centuries. As he feels that personal milestones don’t matter when you play a team game.
“The five hundreds really don’t mean much anymore. Personally, it was a great achievement, but when you are playing a team sport, it is never about personal milestones.
Rohit Sharma told he received a lot of congratulations for his performance in World Cup. However, he wasn’t satisfied as India was unable to make it to the finals.
“When I reached home after the World Cup and everyone was congratulating me for the hundreds, I can honestly tell you I did not feel any elation. The real prize was in the England dressing room and it was difficult to accept that we had not made the final,” Rohit said in an interaction with the book authors.
Every single one of us wanted this win, you could see it, you could feel it and watching it play out was incredible. pic.twitter.com/cJJ6PpcHm5
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) August 16, 2021
Rohit Sharma further revealed his wish to win a World Cup with India in the upcoming three years.
“World Cup jeetna hai. We have three World Cups in the next three years and we must win a world tournament. This is one obsession we have to fulfill,” he added to the authors as revealed by the book.