Rohit Sharma Shares Video of His Recovery Process

February 19, 2020 3:59 pm

Rohit Sharma has showcased an excellent array of performances in the recent past. Unfortunately, the player had to take a homeward journey following an injury. He suffered from it during the last T20I series against the Kiwis. He injured his calf badly enough to retire from the T20I series mid-way. Mayank Agarwal replaced Rohit Sharma. The Indian team instantly felt Rohit’s absence. Mayank and Shaw‘s opening combination failed to give India a good start.

Madan Lal, a former member of BCCI’s advisory committee said, “When BCCI schedules India’s yearly calendar, it must see to it that players have 10-15 days’ rest between two series. Rohit’s injury is a big blow to the team.” in a recent tweet.

Rohit Sharma will play the IPL

Not only did this cause him to miss the ODI series but also the T20I five-match series. Furthermore, certain reports suggested that Rohit Sharma will be unable to play in the upcoming IPL as well. Additionally, the management and administration of the team is hoping that he recovers fast enough to play in the ODI series against South Africa.

However, the batsman assured his fans that he is getting back in form via a post on social media. He showed his fans a glimpse of his recovery journey at the gym. He shared a picture of him doing deadlifts.

Harbhajan Singh’s trolls Sharma

His fans were delighted with this update. However, Harbhajan Singh decided to make a hilarious comment. His comment read “Only 40 kg for this ?? Common shaana”. Sharma replied to this comment saying this was his first day back at the gym post-injury.

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This is a great twist to the friendly trolling that prevails within the Indian cricket team. Usually, it’s Rohit Sharma who makes the funny comment. For example, he has often been seen trolling Chahal or the newcomers.

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