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Will Rohit Sharma retire after T20 World Cup, himself revealed this

New Delhi. After the Indian Premier League, the Indian team has to play in the ICC T20 World Cup. In the ODI World Cup played in India last year, he took the team to the final under his captaincy. This is believed to be the last World Cup of Team India captain Rohit Sharma. In such a situation, questions are being raised whether the captain will end his career after this mega tournament. The answer to this has been given by none other than Rohit Sharma himself.

This time the ICC T20 World Cup is going to start from June 1, hosted by America and West Indies Cricket Board. India is once again considered a contender for victory in this tournament to be played till June 29. Rohit Sharma will enter the T20 World Cup for the second consecutive time with the intention of making the team champion. Last time Team India was disappointed. This is being seen as the last chance for both coaches Rahul Dravid and Rohit Sharma.

bad times made me a better person
Speaking to Dubai Eye 103.8, Rohit Sharma revealed his retirement plans. He said- I have seen a lot of ups and downs during my cricket career, in fact it would be correct to say that I have seen most of the ups and downs. According to me, this is also right because whatever I have become today, be it for my family, friends or this world, the reason behind it is only what I have seen in my past years. . Whatever I saw during the bad times made me the person I am today.

Will he retire after T20 World Cup?
When I was going through bad times, I started doubting myself. Am I even made for this place? What am I doing here? Then I learned from my bad situation and improved myself and moved forward. Today I have been playing cricket for more than 17 years and I want to play for a few more years. There is a desire to give a lot more to the world of cricket.

first published : May 15, 2024, 5:02 pm IST

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