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Rohit Sharma Is to Be India’s ODI Captain Until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

Rohit Sharma has been a fine leader for the Indian team in the white-ball format. After the T20 WC 2021 debacle, he replaced Virat Kohli to wear the captain’s hat.

Out of 51 T20Is, Rohit Sharma has led the Men in Blue to victories on 39 occasions. He possesses a winning percentage of 76.47, which is the highest among the Indian captains.

However, Rohit Sharma has particularly failed to secure title victories in the big events. The Asia Cup 2022 witnessed the Indian team crashing out of the Super four stage. In the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, India did well in the Super 12, but faced a humbling loss to England in the semi-finals.

Also, Rohit’s batting form has been a big concern for the Indian team. The 35-year-old could garner 116 runs in six innings of the T20 WC 2022. His slow-paced knock of 27 off 28 balls turned out to be one of the key reasons for India’s semi-final loss.

Rohit Sharma Is to Be India’s ODI Captain Until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
Rohit Sharma Is to Be India’s ODI Captain Until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

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The BCCI and the Indian selectors are now contemplating giving full-time captaincy to Hardik Pandya in T20Is. Furthermore, the squad overhaul is likely with T20 World Cup 2024 in mind.

Rohit Sharma to lead India in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

According to the latest reports, the BCCI official has confirmed that Rohit Sharma will continue to serve as the ODI captain until the ICC World 2023 Cup despite losing the T20 captaincy.

The rationale behind the decision is due to Rohit’s fine track record in the ODIs. He has tasted success on 13 out of 16 occasions. Also, BCCI thinks Rohit has a lot to offer in the 50-over format.

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“All of us feel Rohit Sharma first of all still has lot to offer. But at the same time, he has too much on his plate. And mind it, he is not getting any younger,” said a BCCI official.

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In 233 ODI games, Rohit Sharma has amassed 9376 runs at a prolific average of 48.58, with 45 fifties and 29 hundred.

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With his calm presence and proven leadership in India, he can be a valuable player and a captain for the Men in Blue in the 2023 ODI WC. He along with Virat Kohli are likely to be playing their last 50-over World Cup and will make the most of the opportunity.

Rohit Sharma has been a fine leader for the Indian team in the white-ball format. After the T20 WC 2021 debacle, he replaced Virat Kohli to wear the captain’s hat.

Out of 51 T20Is, Rohit Sharma has led the Men in Blue to victories on 39 occasions. He possesses a winning percentage of 76.47, which is the highest among the Indian captains.

However, Rohit Sharma has particularly failed to secure title victories in the big events. The Asia Cup 2022 witnessed the Indian team crashing out of the Super four stage. In the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, India did well in the Super 12, but faced a humbling loss to England in the semi-finals.

Also, Rohit’s batting form has been a big concern for the Indian team. The 35-year-old could garner 116 runs in six innings of the T20 WC 2022. His slow-paced knock of 27 off 28 balls turned out to be one of the key reasons for India’s semi-final loss.

Rohit Sharma Is to Be India’s ODI Captain Until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
Rohit Sharma Is to Be India’s ODI Captain Until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

READ MORE: Ishan Kishan Walks Out To Bat With Both Right-Hand Gloves, Leaves The Commentators In Stitches

The BCCI and the Indian selectors are now contemplating giving full-time captaincy to Hardik Pandya in T20Is. Furthermore, the squad overhaul is likely with T20 World Cup 2024 in mind.

Rohit Sharma to lead India in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

According to the latest reports, the BCCI official has confirmed that Rohit Sharma will continue to serve as the ODI captain until the ICC World 2023 Cup despite losing the T20 captaincy.

The rationale behind the decision is due to Rohit’s fine track record in the ODIs. He has tasted success on 13 out of 16 occasions. Also, BCCI thinks Rohit has a lot to offer in the 50-over format.

READ MORE: Suryakumar Yadav Hits Mind-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I against New Zealand

“All of us feel Rohit Sharma first of all still has lot to offer. But at the same time, he has too much on his plate. And mind it, he is not getting any younger,” said a BCCI official.

In 233 ODI games, Rohit Sharma has amassed 9376 runs at a prolific average of 48.58, with 45 fifties and 29 hundred.

With his calm presence and proven leadership in India, he can be a valuable player and a captain for the Men in Blue in the 2023 ODI WC. He along with Virat Kohli are likely to be playing their last 50-over World Cup and will make the most of the opportunity.

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Rohit Sharma has been a fine leader for the Indian team in the white-ball format. After the T20 WC 2021 debacle, he replaced Virat Kohli to wear the captain’s hat.

Out of 51 T20Is, Rohit Sharma has led the Men in Blue to victories on 39 occasions. He possesses a winning percentage of 76.47, which is the highest among the Indian captains.

However, Rohit Sharma has particularly failed to secure title victories in the big events. The Asia Cup 2022 witnessed the Indian team crashing out of the Super four stage. In the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, India did well in the Super 12, but faced a humbling loss to England in the semi-finals.

Also, Rohit’s batting form has been a big concern for the Indian team. The 35-year-old could garner 116 runs in six innings of the T20 WC 2022. His slow-paced knock of 27 off 28 balls turned out to be one of the key reasons for India’s semi-final loss.

Rohit Sharma Is to Be India’s ODI Captain Until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
Rohit Sharma Is to Be India’s ODI Captain Until the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

READ MORE: Ishan Kishan Walks Out To Bat With Both Right-Hand Gloves, Leaves The Commentators In Stitches

The BCCI and the Indian selectors are now contemplating giving full-time captaincy to Hardik Pandya in T20Is. Furthermore, the squad overhaul is likely with T20 World Cup 2024 in mind.

Rohit Sharma to lead India in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

According to the latest reports, the BCCI official has confirmed that Rohit Sharma will continue to serve as the ODI captain until the ICC World 2023 Cup despite losing the T20 captaincy.

The rationale behind the decision is due to Rohit’s fine track record in the ODIs. He has tasted success on 13 out of 16 occasions. Also, BCCI thinks Rohit has a lot to offer in the 50-over format.

READ MORE: Suryakumar Yadav Hits Mind-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I against New Zealand

“All of us feel Rohit Sharma first of all still has lot to offer. But at the same time, he has too much on his plate. And mind it, he is not getting any younger,” said a BCCI official.

In 233 ODI games, Rohit Sharma has amassed 9376 runs at a prolific average of 48.58, with 45 fifties and 29 hundred.

With his calm presence and proven leadership in India, he can be a valuable player and a captain for the Men in Blue in the 2023 ODI WC. He along with Virat Kohli are likely to be playing their last 50-over World Cup and will make the most of the opportunity.

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