Looking at Rohit Sharma’s growing age, it can be said that he may retire after the World Cup. “I want to make a lot of memories with this team for the next two months,” he hinted.
WORLD CUP 2023: is just one month away. Team India has fully prepared for Asia Cup 2023 and World Cup. Captain Rohit Sharma is also sweating a lot to spread his old charm. Not only this, even before the Asia Cup, he has alerted the opposing teams to his old style. However, after the captaincy, Rohit Sharma’s performance showed a decline. But now Hitman has a golden opportunity to earn the same name back.
After the year 2020, Rohit Sharma’s bat has seen only one century in ODIs. The hitman scored a brilliant century against New Zealand on 24 January. Before this, he scored 119 runs against Australia in 2020. It was the year 2019 when Rohit Sharma was seen at the peak of his batting. The hitman proved to be the top run scorer of the tournament that year. 648 runs were made with the help of Rohit’s 5 centuries. Now the captain wants to appear in the same estimation after 4 years.
Rohit Sharma told PTI, ‘What is important for me is how I keep myself free from pressure. I understand my role and don’t think about external factors playing a part on it, be it positive or negative. I want to go back to the period I was in before the 2019 World Cup.
Hitman further said, ‘I personally want to refocus on that ideology of mine. At that time I was in a good mental state and prepared very well for the tournament. I want to bring that mentality back and I still have time to do so. I am trying to remember what I was doing as a player and as a person before the 2019 World Cup.’