Rohit ready to captain ODI and T20 series against West Indies

Rohit ready to captain ODI and T20 series against West Indies

Indian ODI and T20 captain Rohit Sharma has passed the fitness test and is set to captain the ODI and T20 series against the West Indies. The three-match ODI series between India and the West Indies will start in Ahmedabad from February 6 and the T20 series will start in Kolkata from February 16.

Rohit ready to captain

Stay away from Africa tour due to injury

Before Rohit’s tour of South Africa, he handed over the ODI captaincy from Kohli to Rohit Sharma. Earlier, he was appointed as the new T20 captain after relinquishing the huge T20 captaincy. However, Rohit could not travel to Africa due to injury. In his place, KL Rahul led the team. Rohit has been sweating a lot in the NCA for some time now, which is having an effect.

He also weighs

Reduced, also lost weight at the instruction of coaches while in NCA. She followed a strict diet guideline and spent a lot of time on physical training. Rohit recently shared a picture of himself on Instagram, showing him standing with his trainer. In this picture Rohit looks very thin. His wife was also surprised to see this picture of Rohit and he posted a surprise emoji below the picture.

Will you get a huge break?

Former India captain Virat Kohli could also be rested for the home ODI and T20 series against the West Indies. Kohli surprised everyone by abruptly stepping down as captain after the South Africa Test series. After leaving the captaincy, there were reports of disagreement with the BCCI. There were many questions about Virat. Now if Kohli is rested in the West Indies series or he himself wants a rest from the board, there will be nothing to be surprised about.

Former India head coach Ravi Shastri in a statement asked Kohli to take a break from cricket for at least two to three months. According to Shastri, Virat knows that he is 33 years old. He still has 5 years of cricket left. If he stays calm and concentrates only on his batting and only one match, then he can do a lot. I think he should take a break of 2-3 months. The break will be very beneficial for them.

India-West Indies ODI Series Schedule

February 6 – 1st ODI, Ahmedabad

February 9 – 2nd ODI, Ahmedabad

February 11 – 3rd ODI, Ahmedabad

India-West Indies T20 series schedule

February 16 – 1st T20, Kolkata

February 18 – 2nd T20, Kolkata

February 20 – 3rd T20, Kolkata

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