IND vs AUS: How is Rohit feeling now? Hitman said about Australia tour

Rohit suffered a hamstring injury during the IPL, due to which he was dropped from the team for the tour of Australia earlier this month and he returned to play cricket in a few days …

IND vs AUS: How is Rohit feeling now? 

For India’s white ball vice-captain Rohit Sharma, his hamstring injury was amusing and confusing as he always knew that the injury was not so serious and he was ready to play for Australia tour. Will be

Rohit suffered this hamstring injury during the Indian Premier League (IPL), due to which he was dropped from the team for the tour of Australia earlier this month and returned to play cricket in a few days, which led to speculation The round has started. After this, he was included in the Test team.

33-year-old ‘hitman’ Rohit told PTI, ‘Honestly speaking, I don’t know what was happening and what people were talking about. But let me tell for the record that I was in constant contact with BCCI and Mumbai Indians. 

He played in spite of pain, scoring an innings of 68 runs in 50 balls against Delhi Capitals (DC) in the IPL final. Before going to Australia, he is currently training ‘Strength and Conditioning’ at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. Rohit said, ‘I told him (Mumbai Indians) that I can get on the field because it is a small format and I will deal with the situations well. Once I made sure, I just needed to focus on what I wanted to do. 

Talking about playing in the IPL started despite an injury in the play-offs, he said, “It was not a matter of concern for me whether anyone is talking about whether he will be able to go for Australia tour or not.” ‘ He said, ‘Once I got hurt, the next two days I tried to see what I could do in the next 10 days, whether I would be able to play or not.’ 

The 5-time IPL champion captain said that until he reaches the ground, it is not known how the body is working. He said, ‘But each day the condition of the hamstring injury was changing. The way it was healing, I became convinced that I could play and I told Mumbai Indians about it at that time.