He came as a storm in Test cricket scoring two back to back centuries in the first two matches but it looks like his form also went away with that storm. Debates were organised after his first two Test matches as why he was not given a go in Test cricket despite 6 years of international experience?
Soon that all went in cold water as Rohit Sharma was seen struggling in the longest format of the game and soon he was dropped from the team due to non-performance. He is still one of the best batsmen in ODI and T20 cricket which can be justified back the fact that he has two double centuries to his name in 50 over format, he is one of the two Indian batsmen to score century in all three formats and yes his batting average is 110.25 this year in ODI’s but these numbers and stats are not a true reflection of his form in Test cricket.
He is one of the batman who have failed to convert a flying start into a big one and now a player with 10 years of experience in international cricket in waiting for a chance which neither he nor anyone knows when he will get.
Now Indian team is playing a Test series against West Indies so let us focus on this as of now and come up with reasons why Rohit Sharma may not get a chance in this series –