new Delhi: Team India’s star batsman Rohit Sharma will not be able to play in the first 2 matches of the 4-match Test series with Australia under the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Rohit Sharma received a hamstring injury during IPL 2020. Because of which he was not included in the ODI, T20 and Test team against Australia. But even after being injured, Rohit described himself as healthy and played for Mumbai Indians in the playoffs. After which many questions were raised on the BCCI as to why Rohit was not included in the Indian team even after he was completely fine.
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After all these questions, Rohit Sharma (Rohit Sharma) was included in the Test team but now news has come that he has been out of the first two Tests. Rohit is currently in the process of rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and the BCCI has been told that he will take about a month to be fit now.
After all this, the BCCI is now in a circle of questions. There is no doubt that the BCCI has handled the entire case of Rohit’s injury very poorly. During the IPL, Sourav Ganguly and Ravi Shastri had said that the board does not want Rohit to play the remaining matches of the IPL with this injury. But despite this, Rohit played against the playoffs. The question is, when the board knew the seriousness of Rohit’s injury, then why did he allow him to play in the IPL?
The hamstring injury takes time to heal and Rohit’s playing in the IPL did not give the injury time to recover completely. In such a situation, it is clear that IPL was given more importance than international sports. After the first Test, Virat Kohli will return to India, in which Rohit’s absence from playing in the team is a big blow.
This is not the first time that something similar happened with Bhuvneshwar Kumar in 2018. India needed Bhuvi for the England tour but he played in the IPL for Sunrisers Hyderabad. The BCCI had not instructed the Hyderabad team for Bhubaneswar and the result was that they could not be a part of the Test series for India.
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However, in Rohit Sharma’s case, we cannot fully explain the fault of the BCCI because the player must also understand his responsibility. But after this incident, many questions have arisen on the BCCI.
Apart from all this, it will also be a matter of thinking that right now Rohit will take three to four weeks to recover. But it should not be so that Rohit could not play the remaining two matches apart from the first two Tests. Actually, segregation rules will be strict for them as they will travel by commercial flight. Strict segregation means that, like the entire team, they will not be allowed to train in these 14 days of segregation. In such a situation, if Rohit does not catch the flight in the next three or four days, then he can be out of the entire series.