The entire incident involving Rohit Sharma and his fitness could have been handled better and easier, says former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir. Social media fans were a little outraged after the Board of Control for Cricket India (BCCI) addressed Rohit’s situation during the 2020 IPL, which could even force him to retire from the entire Australian tour due to a hamstring injury.
The entire incident involving Rohit Sharma and his fitness could have been handled better and easier, says former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir. Social media fans were a little outraged after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) addressed Rohit’s situation during the 2020 IPL, which could even force him to retire from the entire Australian tour due to a hamstring injury.
As Rohit approaches 100 percent fitness, Rohit may not get into the Indian roster in time for the third test due to strict quarantine rules in Australia. The next Rohit fitness assessment is scheduled for Nov.. December at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, India. After that, the board will review his status for the final two tests in the series.
In the meantime, BCCI has asked Cricket Australia to allow Rohit to train during the 14-day quarantine phase. Both the cricket board would require approval from the Australian government.
Rohit played the last three Indian Premier League (IPL) games for Mumbai Indians in 2020 even though he was not 100 percent fit. However, the BCCI has not clarified why the Indian opener played when it was not fit. Even skipper Virat Kohli had questioned Rohit’s absence by saying they thought he was going to Australia.
« The Rohit Sharma situation could have been handled fairly easily as it didn’t require too many people to get involved. « . Only the head coach, the head coach and the chairman of the selectors should be involved in the injury case. Had there been clear communication with the 3, it would have been enough. Of course, Virat Kohli should be brought up to date with every step by Ravi Shastri, ”said Gautam Gambhir on the Star Sports Show Cricket Connected.
Former cricketer VVS Laxman also believes that the BCCI could have handled Rohit Sharma’s travel situation better, as the series takes place amid a pandemic and there are strict quarantine protocols in place.
Former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman also joined Gambhir in saying the BCCI could have better portrayed the Rohit Sharma’s travel situation.
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“Rohit Sharma is a very valuable player in friendly matches. So if I had kept him in the chain, subject to fitness, I would definitely have kept him in the picture. Second, you could have sent him to the team after that, taking into account the quarantine rules. Because there is a 14 day quarantine, in the soft quarantine since you were in the UAE in the bubble. Then move to another bubble [in Australia]. In the soft quarantine, you can practice, train with teammates and go to the gym.
However, when you take a commercial flight to Australia, you are not allowed to leave your room and talk and come into contact with people. I think the BCCI should have thought about it in hindsight, ”Laxman said on the show.
Meanwhile, Australia have won the series 2-0 after winning the first two ODIs in Sydney and will try to clean up the series when they face India in Canberra on Wednesday.
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