Rohit Sharma

Right Handed Batsman
Born:
April 30, 1987 ,Bansod, Nagpur, Maharashtra
Current age:
27 years 7 months
Major teams:
India ,Mumbai Indians
Nickname:
Ro, Brothaman, Hitman, Ro-hit
Playing role:
Batsman
Test Debut:
November 6, 2013 v West Indies
ODI Debut:
June 23, 2007 v Ireland
T20 Debut:
September 19, 2007 v England

Batting Statistics

 MATINNSRUNSNOHSAVGSR100s50s
Tests712489217748.9054.4521
ODIs12612037522126437.8981.01523
T20I42357391179*30.79126.1007
WC---------
IPL112108290318109*32.25129.59121

Bowling Statistics

 MATWKTSRUNSAVGSRBESTECON5w
Tests71152152.00244.001/263.730
ODIs126848360.3771.122/275.090
T20I421113113.0068.001/229.970
WC--------
IPL1121544029.3322.134/67.950

Rohit Gurunath Sharma News

Vengsarkar, Bhuvneshwar, Rohit receive BCCI awards
Vengsarkar received the prestigious Col. C K Nayudu Lifetime achievement award for his contribution to Indian cricket.
PTI|21 Nov 2014, 22:11
Kohli second in ODI rankings, Rohit climbs 18 places
India bowlers Umesh Yadav and Akshar Patel also reaped the rewards of their good showing.
gocricket.com|17 Nov 2014, 17:11
Kohli's well-oiled India achieve series goals
Being ruthless is a theme that Virat Kohli stressed on during the series and he and his team-mates backed that by crushing Sri Lanka in all five matches.
gocricket.com|17 Nov 2014, 08:11
Kedar Jadhav set for debut as India eye whitewash
India have pretty much ticked all the boxes leading up to the tour of Australia, and may continue the trend by giving the likes of Kedar Jadhav and R Vinay Kumar a go.
gocricket.com|15 Nov 2014, 16:11
Shastri: I see a bit of myself in Kohli
Shastri also said Kohli is aggressive and still has the a youthful exuberance.
PTI|14 Nov 2014, 23:11
Rohit Sharma's record-breaking 264: What they said
Rohit Sharma's world-record-breaking 264 on Thursday against Sri Lanka set the cricket world abuzz with shock and awe for the marathon knock.
gocricket.com|14 Nov 2014, 10:11
India can't forget Australia amid Rohit frenzy
After the Ranchi ODI, India's batsmen will have to learn some new habits.
gocricket.com|14 Nov 2014, 08:11
Mathews: Worst I've seen Sri Lanka play in last 10 months
Sri Lanka's openers haven't batted for five overs together in this series, and Mathews thinks it has hit them hard.
gocricket.com|13 Nov 2014, 23:11
Rohit Sharma: Happy that I batted for 50 overs
The 27-year-old said that it was challenging for him to bat initially and his focus as to make the innings count.
gocricket.com|13 Nov 2014, 23:11

Rohit Gurunath Sharma Bio

If there is someone whose batting caused awe and frustration in equal amounts, it is Rohit Sharma. At the start of his cricketing career, the hugely talented Mumbai batsman had several good knocks followed by lean patches. And even as 2014 churns on, Rohit still has not finally arrived on the big glitzy world of Indian cricket - though after a strong 2013 it appeared he might have.

He first made a mark in the CB Series in Australia in 2008, particular were his 66 in a 123-run stand with Sachin Tendulkar helped India defeat the hosts in the first final at Sydney. From that point in time, many expectations were placed on Rohit but they were all false starts. He was tipped to make his Test debut against South Africa during in 2010 but injured himself on the morning of the match while playing football. It seemed Rohit would be going down the path of the unfulfilled potentials.

However, 2013 proved to be his annus mirabilis. The year began with an attacking 83 in an ODI against England in Mohali which set in motion a run of consistent performances. Forming a solid opening partnership with Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit helped India set the base for their Champions Trophy success in England.

What transpired between October and November could well be considered career-changing for Rohit. Having blazed away to an unbeaten 141 in the second ODI against Australia in Jaipur, Rohit became only the third batsman to score a double-hundred in ODIs when he smashed 209 at Bangalore. Less than two weeks later, Rohit marked his Test debut with a match-winning century against West Indies. In his next innings, Rohit against reached three figures as India took the series 2-0; the Man-of-the-Series award was a formality for Rohit.

However, a horrible tour of South Africa followed by a poor trip to New Zealand, and then a scratchy Asia Cup, have again dented Rohit's career. His task of charting a new course for Indian cricket post Tendulkar's retirement remains an uphill challenge.
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