Rohit Sharma was ruled out of the tour of Australia starting this month due to a hamstring injury during the IPL, but he returned to play cricket in a few days, triggering speculation. He was later included in the Test team.
For India’s white ball team vice-captain Rohit Sharma, it was entertaining as well as confusing for the injury as he always knew that the injury was not so serious and he was ready to play for Australia tour. Will be
Rohit played despite the pain, scoring an innings of 68 off 50 balls in the IPL final against Delhi Capitals. The hitman said, “To be honest, I don’t know what was happening and what people were talking about, but I was in constant touch with the BCCI and Mumbai Indians.”
Before going to Australia, Rohit is currently training ‘Strength and Conditioning’ at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. Rohit said, ‘The hamstrings look perfectly fine now. The process of strengthening it has started. Test is a long format so I am focusing on it at NCA.
Despite the injury in the playoffs in the IPL, talks started about playing. The five-time IPL champion captain said that until he reached the ground, it was not known how the body was functioning. Once I got hurt, the next two days I tried to see what I could do in the next 10 days, whether I would be able to play or not.