One thing that stands out is how Rohit Sharma backs players who aren't performing: Parthiv Patel
"I have played under Rohit Sharma's captaincy at Mumbai Indians and the one thing that stands out is how he backs players who aren't performing. He is vocal about them even in public and in press conferences, as we saw with the case of Avesh Khan. Rohit backed him even after four failures and he delivered with a Man-of-the-Match performance (in the fourth T20I)," said Parthiv on his YouTube channel.
Trying to give as much freedom and clarity to players about new aggressive batting approach: Rohit Sharma
The India captain Rohit Sharma spoke about how the squad is preparing mentally and physically for the upcoming challenges of the Asia Cup and the T20 World Cup with the emphasis on complete transparency and giving players a clear message.
Rohit dethrones Guptill to become leading run-scorer in T20Is
Rohit, who was rested for the ODIs, looked in solid touch on his comeback and played some glorious shots. The ace opener scored 64 off 44 during his stay at the crease and in the process, he reclaimed his position as the highest run-getter (3443 runs) in T20Is from Martin Guptill (3399 runs). Earlier this week, Guptill had surpassed Rohit to become the leading run-scorer in the shortest format.
Not getting results in World Cups doesn't mean India played bad cricket: Rohit Sharma
Since winning the inaugural edition of the Men's T20 World Cup in 2007, India haven't been able to clinch the trophy. In last year's T20 World Cup at the UAE, India went into the tournament as favourites but made an early exit in the Super 10 stage.
Rohit Sharma proves how much Team India need him
After winning the Twenty20 series 2-1 on Sunday, the Indians on Tuesday humiliated England in the opening ODI of the three-match series. The visitors, after dismissing the home side for 110, did not lose a wicket before crossing the finishing line, in effect winning the game by 10 wickets. It stamped India's superiority over England in no uncertain terms.
Birmingham Test: India not in a hurry to name stand-in captain in place of Rohit
All the concerned stakeholders seem to be biding time to assess how things pan out for the visitors in the next couple of days. Not only as a skipper, but Rohit also plays an important role as the opener of the team. So, understandably there were discussions at different levels on whether a replacement needs to be rushed to England, with only one opener in Shubman Gill currently available in the squad.
Rohit Sharma tests positive for Covid; isolated in team hotel
The BCCI confirmed early on Sunday morning that Rohit Sharma had tested positive via a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) on Saturday, with the India skipper currently in isolation at the team hotel ahead of the Test. Rohit had been participating in India's warm-up match against a Leicestershire XI at Uptonsteel County Ground, with the 35-year-old having made 25 in the opening innings of the match on Thursday. However Rohit did not feature during India's second innings on Saturday, with the BCCI confirming the right-hander will undergo further tests on Sunday to determine the extent of his ailment.