Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma. (Picture Supply: Twitter)

Indian skipper Rohit Sharma is among the few names who will probably be a part of the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022, having additionally performed the maiden version of the match in 2007. This would be the first time he will probably be getting into the T20 World Cup because the captain of the nation and no surprise, the 35-year-old is cherishing the second. He performed as a 20-year-old in South Africa and 15 years later, he will probably be main the nation which is an excellent achievement already. 

Notably, Rohit will lead the nation for the primary time in World Cups in an India-Pakistan rivalry. The proper-hander spoke about varied issues forward of the warm-up fixture towards Australia, together with the explanations behind early arrival to the nation and defined his journey since his T20 World Cup debut in 2007.  

These video games will permit us to get the place we would like: Rohit Sharma 

Rohit mentioned he’s delighted to have come to Australia early because the group wished to check out few issues forward of the beginning of the match. The prolific opener added that he’s privileged to be captaining the facet in a World Cup after 15 years of worldwide cricket.  

“Feeling good about it [reaching Australia early]. Wished to check out issues, we don’t thoughts batting first, and organising a goal. Good recent pitch. We got here right here fairly early, we have been in Perth having a preparatory camp. We’re virtually there. These [warm-up] video games will permit us to get the place we would like. It’s clearly attending to the enterprise finish, and we wish to attempt just a few issues,” he mentioned.

“In my thoughts, I do know what bowlers are going to play. It is very important give them that confidence, few of the fellows have come for the primary time in Australia. It’s a good place to play cricket. [Captaining the side] It’s a privilege. It’s the first time in 15 years that I’m captaining my nation at a WC. We wish to take pleasure in and have enjoyable,” he added.