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“Rohit Sharma”

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“Rohit Sharma” is one the most stylish player of Indian Cricket Team. He is the only cricketer in the cricket history who has scored 3 double century. He also holds the record of the most individual score in ODI in single innings which is 264.

“Rohit Sharma biograpy”

Full Name Rohit Gurunath Sharma
Nick Name Hitman, Ro, Shaana
Professions Cricketer

He is currently serving the vice-captain of Indian Cricket Team and captain in the absence of Virat Kohli.

Persona Life:

Date of Birth April 30,1987
Age as in 2019  32 years
Place of Birth Bansod, Maharashtra,Nagpur, India
Nationality Indian
Qualification 12th Standard
Father Name Gurunath Sharma
Mother Name Purnima Sharma
Brother Name Vishal Sharma
Zodiac sign Taurus
Religion Hinduism
Address A 4-BHK apartment in Ahuja Towers, Worli, Mumbai

 

He is the only captain in the history of Indian Premium League (IPL) who has won 3 IPL trophies as a captain. He is known as the one of the most successful captain in the history of the IPL. In the 2019 Cricket World Cup Rohit Sharma was the leading run scorer of the tournament and won the golden bat as a reward.

“Rohit Sharma Centuries”

T20 INTERNATIONAL CENTURIES

No. Balls Score Against Date
1 66 106 South Africa Oct 2, 2015
2 43 118 Sri Linka Dec 22, 2017
3 56 100* England July 8, 2018
4 61 111* west-indies Nov 6, 2018

TEST CENTURIES

No. Balls Score Against Date
1 301 177 West Indies Nov 6, 2013
2 127 111* West Indies Nov 14, 2013
3 160 102* Sri Linka Nov 24, 2017
4 244 176 South Africa Oct 2, 2019
5 149 127 South Africa Oct 2, 2019
6 255 212 South Africa Oct 19, 2019

ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL CENTURIES

No. Balls Score Against Date
1 119 114 Zimbabwe May 28, 2010
2 100 101* Sri Lanka May 30, 2010
3 123 141* Australia Oct 16, 2013
4 158 209 Australia Nov 2, 2013
5 173 264 Sri Lanka Nov 13, 2014
6 139 138 Australia Jan 18, 2015
7 126 137 Bangladesh Mar 19, 2015
8 133 150 South Africa Oct 11,2015
9 163 171* Australia Jan 12, 2016
10 127 124 Australia Jan 15, 2016
11 129 123* Bangladesh June 15, 2017
12 145 124* Sri Lanka Aug 27, 2017
13 88 104 Sri Lanka Aug 31, 2017
14 109 125 Australia Oct 1 ,2017
15 138 147 New Zealand Oct 29, 2017

He made 5 centuries in the tournament with the excellent strike rate and with good average. Under his captaincy the Indian team won the ASIA CUP 2018 in UAE. India beat Bangladesh in the final at Dubai and holds the trophy for the 7 time in the history of the ASIA CUP.

He has very good stamina and focus in his fitness. In the earlier days of his cricketing carrier he batted at number 4, 5, 6. He struggles while batting at these number. Later MS Dhoni permitting him as an opener and rest the history. He is now most successful opener in the Indian Cricket Team.

“Rohit Sharma”

“ROHIT SHARMA” FAVORITE THINGS

Favorite Food Eggs,Chinese cuisine,  Aaloo Parantha,
Favorite Hotel Mauritius, Spa Resort &Long Beach Golf
Favorite Car Aston Martin
Favorite Actors Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Akshay Kumar,
Favorite Cricketers Harbhajan Singh, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag
Favorite Destination New York
Favorite Films Veer-Zara, Iron Man, Border, X-Man

It all started later famous injury to an in-form Yuvraj Singh in the 2007 World T20, when Rohit was selected as a last-minute emergency spare to play a league game alongside the hosts. After a lackluster jump to the Indian innings, the 20-year-old strode out into Kings mead and patted his way to a confident half-century against the pacers of the South Africa and as though he were having a net session.

He displayed amazing ripeness under duress to persist till the end of the innings, guiding India to a respectable total that they finally fortified, bashing South Africa out of the tournament in their own verandah.

Indians have a thing for same to same replacements. More definitely, they have a object for recognizing comparisons with the days gone by. Deep within the stat-gripped Indian, there fabrications a cricketing dreamy who is crash into by longing when exhibited with the clue of an graceful-looking batsman with free-smooth batting panache from Mumbai.

“Rohit Sharma” and historical player

That’s right – Rohit Sharma was pushed to be the Prodigious Sachin Tendulkar’s long-ordained additional at number 4 in the Test batting line-up. After all, it added up: so much time to play his shots, unproblematic stroke-making aptitudes unfluctuating alongside prompt pace, and a wide repertoire of shots.

Rohit Sharma

Rohit was subsequently top-quality for the ODI team on a variety caprice after his separation of dynamic concerts in the World T20 and his striking Ranji Trophy record. He made an hollow in the CB series Down Under, playing some critical roles against supporters like Brett Lee and Stuart Clark, and a more-than-proficient Sri Lankan attack. These encouraged away performances in the World T20 and the CB series caught the eye of the selectors, and reasonable him an drawn-out run with the limited-overs side.

However, variation and a aptitude of gifting his wicket away meant that he resisted to strengthen his promotion in the side. Faultfinders pointed out that he had too many shots for the same ball, and this meant that shot selection was becoming a bit of an issue for him.

Additionally, several professionals stippled that he had trouble playing the short ball since his bearing was too side-on and that he had no back-and-across trigger movement. His uninspired batting average of 22 to go with a string of low scores and unconverted starts meant that he failed to strengthen a spot in the side for the 2011 Cricket World Cup squad.

“Rohit Sharma” Indian Premier League

If you look at his back career, Rohit Sharma would have the Indian Premier League to thank for keeping him in the weighing up and not being discarded liked several. There are many other talented and young cricketer who burst forth into national reckoning but couldn’t make it big at the highest level. In the first two years of the IPL, his show stood out, as he made over 350 runs each time for the Deccan Chargers and proved his worth to his franchise. He was then conveyed to the Mumbai Indians charter in 2011 and has been one of their most unfailing batsmen over the years.

Rohit continued to equivocate in and out of the Indian eleven without being able to begin himself in the side, having been given ample opportunities despite a well-established Indian middle-order. Alas, after making it to the Playing XI for the Nagpur Test against South Africa in 2010, he was undesirably injured in a warm-up football game after coming heart-beamingly close to receiving the coveted India cap. He was afterward ruled out of the series in a gut-wrenching turn of events, and wouldn’t get another opening to prove his Test badges for another 4 years.

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