‘T20 captain Virat Kohli has also been dropped from the ODI captaincy following his departure. However, Virat also relinquished his Test captaincy after India lost the Test series on the tour of South Africa.
‘T20 captain Virat Kohli has also been dropped from the ODI captaincy following his departure. However, Virat also relinquished his Test captaincy after India lost the Test series on the tour of South Africa. However, Rohit Sharma has been appointed captain for the ODIs and T20s. But now there is a debate over who will be the Test captain. However, Rohit Sharma is currently set to become the captain of the team selected for the South Africa series, with Rohit as the vice-captain. However, then Rohit could not go there. Former BCCI selector Saba Kareem also said that Rohit’s fitness is very important.
The Indian team is scheduled to play its next Test series against Sri Lanka at home in February-March. In such a scenario, it is expected that Rohit Sharma will also be the Test captain for the time being. Sabah Kareem also felt that it was right to make Rohit the captain for a while. Speaking on the Sports Policy podcast, he said, “Although Rohit has been captained in three formats, it is only a matter of time. 2023 is a very important year for Indian cricket. The World Test Championship also ends at this time. They (the team) need to think about this step first. ” Said.
“However, when it comes to captaincy, Rohit Sharma’s age and fitness are always on the screen. Saba Kareem also stressed this point. He said that if a player is injured before the series, he can no longer be made captain. He said the biggest challenge is to be fit for Rohit. Playing in all three formats is also a difficult task. He was injured several times. ‘ Explained.
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