Rohit Sharma Makes A Major Statement On Virat Kohli, Read What He Said Here

Indian captain Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid attended the press conference ahead of the T20 series against New Zealand starting on November 17. During this, he also talked about the role of Virat Kohli in the shortest format of cricket. After the disappointing performance inT20 World Cup, Virat Kohli has left the captaincy and now this responsibility has been handed over to Rohit Sharma.

Virat Kohli is on rest during the series against New Zealand, but when he returns to the team, what will be his role as a batter, Rohit Sharma commented.

Rohit Sharma said about Virat Kohli, “As a player, Virat Kohli will have an important role in the team. He has done a lot for the team in this format and he is a player to leave a mark. The team will be stronger with Virat Kohli coming back.

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Rohit Sharma also talked about not winning the ICC tournament. He believes that the team needs a fresh start.

Rohit Sharma said, “India is a great team in the T20 format. Although we did not do well in the ICC T20 World Cup. I am not saying that we should follow in the footsteps of other teams. A new path has to be taken with a fresh start.”

At the same time, coach Rahul Dravid said, “I am not thinking of different teams for all three formats. Although there will be some players who will play in one format I want a player like Rohit Sharma for the team.” Play for all three formats. We will give priority to the welfare of the players as a whole.”

During this, Rahul Dravid also talked about the mental health of the players, he said that there is a need to pay more attention to the players playing in all three formats.

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The coach said, “We have to think about the mental health of the players. We have to focus especially on the players who are playing in all three formats. The present times are full of challenges and I am definitely on it. I’ll work.”

Rahul Dravid further added that the Indian Cricket Team has no priority. All three formats are important for us. We also have to note that there are many ICC tournaments ahead. We have to prepare to keep this in mind. My vision is that we have to improve ourselves overall. For this, all formats will be taken care of.

During this, Rahul Dravid also praised the new captain Rohit Sharma. “In 2007, everyone knew that Rohit Sharma is a special talent. He has done a great job for India and Mumbai Indians in the last 14 years, it’s not easy, the credit goes to him,” he added.