May 22, 2022

Rohit Sharma prepares for South Africa tour


Indian tour of South Africa: India’s new vice-test captain Rohit Sharma prepares for bouncy South African pitches – Newly appointed vice-test captain Rohit Sharma spares no effort as he prepares for his return to the game’s longest format. The Indian opener, who had rested for Tests against New Zealand, returns for the South Africa tour which kicks off later this month. The mission will mark its first series after the promotion, and the Hit-Man is trying his best to do his best.

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Indian tour of South Africa: India’s new vice-test captain Rohit Sharma prepares for the bouncy grounds of South Africa – Watch the video

Rohit Sharma awaits his ace to test the South African Rapids as he prepares for the three-game series starting later this month. The Hit-Man passed the test in England and will aim to do so against South Africa, especially after his promotion. In a video he uploaded to social media, Rohit Sharma was seen training in the nets as he played throws trying to get used to the proposed rebound.

The Hit-Man could be seen gently timing the ball, as he worked to leave the ball in the sixth channel of the stump. The screenings were aimed at getting used to the rhythm of the South African rapids, with the Proteas including Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje and Lungi Ngidi in their ranks.

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Indian tour of South Africa: India’s new vice-test captain Rohit Sharma prepares for the bouncy grounds of South Africa – Watch the video

Rohit Sharma last played a test in England and was one of India’s star players, helping them take a 2-1 lead before the final test was postponed. He was India’s best runner and only second behind Joe Root, as he slammed 368 points with an astonishing average of 52. Now vice-captain, the Hit-Man will have an added responsibility to get the job done for his. team. India has never won a Test Series in South Africa and Virat Kohli and Co. is hoping to turn history around this time around.

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