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India’s limited overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma has resumed outdoor training. The Indian opener took to Instagram to share a post in which he is putting water on his face after an intense work-out session. Rohit said it was good to be back on the park to get some work done and he felt like himself after a long time.
Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma and all the Indian players have not been able to train properly during the Covid-19 era. However, as the Ministry of Home Affairs has given a green signal to the reopening of all the stadiums and thus the players are slowly but surely returning back to training. It is not easy for the players to hit the ground running after such a long hiatus. However, they need to be mentally tough to make a comeback.
Felt like myself after a long time – Rohit Sharma
The cricket boffins have suggested that batsmen might take up to one month to be match ready whereas the bowlers will need six to eight weeks to be ready for the Test matches.
Earlier, before the lockdown, Rohit Sharma had suffered a calf injury in the fifth T20I against New Zealand. Thus, he was ruled out of the ODI and Test series against the Kiwis. He was to lead Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League, which has indefinitely postponed.
Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma is the pivotal cog in the Indian team. The flamboyant batsman is a consistent performer in the limited-overs side and he has been instrumental in the success of the team over the years.
The right-hander from Mumbai will like to make a solid comeback and it is good to notice that he has started training once again. India’s Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara has also resumed training in his own academy.
Rohit Sharma post read as, “Good to be back on the park getting some work done 🤩 felt like myself after a long time”.
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