Rohit Sharma is, without a doubt, the player that hits a cricket ball with the least amount of dirt on it. There is no sight that can compare to the satisfaction of seeing the ‘Hitman’ hit the ball over the covers. The Indian Cricket Team in the limited-overs format currently has Rohit Sharma serving as the team’s vice-captain.
This Mumbaikar’s journey is nothing short of a movie right there in the making. He was once hailed as a “talented” youngster, but he was later ridiculed by the critics for his inconsistency. Now, however, he is becoming an important cog in the Indian batting line-up.
Rohit Sharma’s Spouse
- Rohit Sharma and Ritika Sajdeh are now happily married. She was born on the 21st of December 1987 to her parents, Bobby and Tina Sajdeh.
IMG Reliance employs her brother Kunal Sajdeh in the capacity of manager.
Following the completion of her education, Ritika obtained a position as a sports manager with her cousin’s business, Cornerstone Sport and Entertainment.
- In 2008, Ritika first became acquainted with Rohit Sharma during a shoot for Reebok. Her “Rakhi Brother,” Yuvraj Singh, was the one who put them in touch with one another.
- Rohit had been seeing her for six years when he proposed to her at the Borivali Sports Club, the place where he had first started his profession.
- On the 13th of December, 2015, Rohit Sharma and Ritika tied the knot at a five-star hotel in the Bandra area. A lot of well-known people from the worlds of cricket and Bollywood were able to attend the happy occasion.
- Since the couple got married, Ritika has been managing her husband’s sporting excursions and accompanying him to numerous games.
- On the 30th of December in 2018, after being married for three years, the pair became parents to a little girl whom they called Samaira.
- In several today cricket match highlights that Rohit plays in for India and Mumbai Indians, Samaira and Ritika Sajdeh can be seen cheering for him from the stands among other fans
The Beginning of Rohit Sharma’s Cricket Career Dinesh Lad, who was Rohit’s coach at the Swami Vivekanand International School in Mumbai when Rohit was just starting out in the sport, guided Rohit through his formative years. He did not charge any tuition for Rohit’s lessons.
It comes as a bit of a surprise to learn that prior to Rohit’s career as an opener batsman, he was an off-spin bowler.
However, coach Dinesh Lad took notice of his batting ability, and as a result, he was given the responsibility of leading off the innings. In his first game ever as an opener, Rohit scored a century on his way to a strong performance in the Harris and Giles Shield school cricket tournaments.
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After what seemed like an eternity, he finally bowled two overs of off-spin during the first test that was played against England in 2021.
Domestic Career Rohit made his debut in List A competition for West Zone in March 2005 against Central Zone in the Deodhar Trophy.
During the same tournament, Sharma scored 142 runs in 123 balls while playing against North Zone at Udaipur. His innings were unbeaten. This opened up the door for Sharma to compete for India A against Australia in Abu Dhabi. • In addition, Sharma was included on the 30-man roster for the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy tournament; however, he was not selected for the team. In July of 2006, Sharma made his debut for India A in a first-class match against New Zealand A in Darwin.
- A few months later, Rohit made his Ranji Trophy debut for his Mumbai in the 2006–07 season and was a member of the Mumbai team that won the championship. • Sharma has been a member of Mumbai’s Ranji Trophy team throughout his entire domestic career.
IPL Career Rohit Sharma has amassed the most victories of any skipper in the history of the Indian Premier League. He has led the Mumbai Indians to victory in the Indian Premier League (IPL) five times, four of them on occasions as captain. Sharma began his Indian Premier League career with the Deccan Chargers. He served as the team’s vice-captain and was an integral part of the DC squad that was victorious in its second season and took home the coveted trophy.
Sharma was acquired by the Mumbai Indians in the year 2011 for the sum of Rs 20 Lakhs. On the other hand, his contribution to the Ambani-owned franchise has been of tremendous value.
- Sharma was given the role of captain of the franchise, and he guided MI to victory in their tournament.
- The Beginnings Of Rohit Sharma’s International Career
On the 23rd of June, 2007, Rohit Sharma was given his first call-up to play in an ODI match against Ireland. In spite of the fact that he did not get to bat, India was able to win the match by eight wickets.
- Rohit Sharma used to bat in the middle of the order prior to this point in time. Sharma was unable to perform effectively when he finally had the opportunity to bat against South Africa, and he was dismissed with a score of 8.
After making his first fifty against Pakistan in November 2007, Sharma went on to make 39 not out against Australia and 70 not out against Sri Lanka in February of the following year.
Because of his three-hundred in Ranji in 2009, he was selected for the One-Day International team again in 2010.
- World Cup Participant Rohit Sharma In 2019
- India was the presumptive favorite to win the 2019 Cricket World Cup, primarily due to the batting powerhouse that they possessed at the top of their order.
To say Rohit Sharma is a hard worker is an understatement. For the young people of India, he is the best role model they have. Younger Indians may learn a great deal more about how to achieve their goals and develop their full potential by studying with him.