Rohit Sharma feels Day-Night Test in Australia will be challenging!

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Indian opening batsman and the vice-captain, Rohit Sharma has recently opened about the Day-Night Test series and how it would be challenging for him. India Australia Test Series will be taking place in December and the second Test will be a Day-Night fixture, held in Adelaide from 11th December. The first Test will start on 3rd December and the third-fourth on 26th December and 3rd January respectively.

Recently Rohit Sharma was having a question-answer session where he addressed the various queries of fans on cricket crisis that is going on amidst the pandemic.

Rohit Sharma
The right-handed batsman

When he was asked about the pink-ball series, he answered that it would be challenging for him for sure.

Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney have been finalised by Cricket Australia as the venues for the test series against India.

While interacting with his fans he has also said that he loved watching Steve Smith, the Australian cricketer and England cricketer Jason Roy bat. 

Rohit Sharma
The Mumbai Indian’s Captain

Rohit Sharma would have been seen performing in IPL, as the Mumbai Indians captain, but as of today IPL remains postponed to November.

Ajinkya Rahane had fun with Rohit

Rohit Sharma also got into news recently when his teammate, Ajinkya Rahane posted apicture of Rohit speaking to him and asked the fans to fill it with captions.

Ajinkya used this picture to interact with the fans
Rahane’s funny post

Shikhar Dhawan was one of the first to reply. He wrote, “Rohit – eh bidu muuh mein kya bhara hua hai. Ajinkya – masala,” wrote Dhawan, using several face with tears of joy emojis.

Other than Dhawan, many fans commented with funny replies. “Rohit: what will you do in lockdown? Rahne: (mmmm thinking)….,” commented one fan.

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Rohit : who is u r fav me or virat? Rahane : chahal,” wrote another user. “Rohit: Kanda poha or Vada paav? Ajinkya: jo tu khila de,” read one reply.

“Rohit = Bhai ya corona kb khatam hoga ajinkya = pata nhi Bhai,” a user commented.

“Rohit – 100 run banna dia party kab de raha hai ……. Ajinkya -bhai party kya hota ha?” wrote one user.

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