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Rohit Sharma Career,Age,Life,Wife,Biography

Rohit Sharma (Indian Cricketer)

Rohit Sharma


Rohit Sharma is a player of the Indian cricket team. They play international cricket on behalf of the Indian international cricket team. He was born on 30 April 1987. His full name is Rohit Gurunath Sharma. Rohit Sharma plays as an opener batsman in the India cricket team. They play domestic cricket for Mumbai. He was born in Bansod village of Nagpur. Rohit Sharma is a right-handed batsman who opens for the team. Rohit Sharma is a quick batting player who plays for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He is the captain of Mumbai Indians since 2013. Under his captaincy, Mumbai Indians have won the IPL title four times. Rohit Sharma is also the vice-captain of India in the limited over format. In the absence of the current captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma takes over the captaincy of the team. Rohit Sharma is the only player in cricket history to score double centuries more than once. Rohit Sharma specializes in playing big hits. They easily hit sixes. In the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Rohit Sharma scored 5 centuries. His performance in the Cricket World Cup 2019 was amazing. Rohit Sharma was adjudged Man of the Series due to his brilliant performance in the World Cup 2019. In January 2020, Rohit Sharma was selected for ODI Cricketer of the Year by the International Cricket Council (ICC).


His uncle and grandparents played an important role in making Rohit Sharma a cricketer. He joined the cricket camp in 1999 with the financial help of his uncle. He also batted as an opener in the school tournament. He started his youth cricket career in 2005. Rohit Sharma made his debut in domestic first-class cricket in the Deodhar Trophy in Gwalior in 2005, playing for West Zone against Center John. Cheteshwar Pujara and Ravindra Jadeja made their debut in the same match.
 Rohit Sharma started his ODI career in the year 2007. He made his ODI debut against Ireland on 23 June 2007. In the same year, Rohit Sharma also appeared in T20 International cricket. Played their first T20 International against England on 19 September 2007.


He made his Test debut after 6 years of debut in ODIs and T20 cricket. On 6 November 2013, Rohit Sharma played his first Test match against the West Indies. Rohit Sharma has made many records to his name. They put more big hits in their batting. He has many double centuries in his name. Rohit Sharma is the king of T20 and ODI cricket. Rohit Sharma is capable of scoring runs from every direction of the cricket ground. Apart from cricket, Rohit Sharma is also active in the Animal Welfare Campaign. He is also the Rhino Ambassador of WWF-India. Rohit Sharma is also a member of PETA. 



Personal life of Rohit Sharma: -



Rohit Sharma belongs to a Brahmin family. They play cricket on behalf of the Indian international cricket team. Rohit Sharma's full name is "Rohit Gurunath Sharma". Rohit Sharma has many nicknames. He is also known by nicknames like Shaana, Hitman and RO. Rohit Sharma is a right-handed batsman. He bats as an opener in the Indian cricket team. Their height is 5 feet 8 inches (about 1.73 meters). His wife's name is Ritika Sajdeh. Rohit Sharma as a batsman bats in the top order in the Indian cricket team. Rohit Sharma is a member of People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Rohit Sharma WWF-India Rhino on "World Rhino Day" in the year 2018

 The ambassador is elected. Rohit Sharma plays domestic cricket for Mumbai. In the IPL, he captains Mumbai Indians.



Full Name - Rohit Gurunath Sharma
Birth - 30 April 1987
Place of Birth - Bansod Nagpur, Maharashtra
Nick Name - Shaana, Hitman, Cry
Role - Batsman
Batting - Right Handed
Height - 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m)
Age - 33 years


Early life of Rohit Sharma: -

Rohit Sharma was born on 30 April 1987 in Nagpur, Maharashtra. His mother's name is Purnima Sharma and father's name is Gurunath Sharma. His father worked as a caretaker in a transport farm storehouse. His father's income was low, so his grandfather and uncle encouraged Rohit Sharma to play cricket. He joined the cricket camp in 1999 with the help of his uncle. His cricket coach was Dinesh Lad. He asked Rohit Sharma to change his school and take admission in Swami Vivekananda International School. Dinesh Lad was a coach at Swami Vivekananda International School. Rohit Sharma asked him to give me a scholarship. Rohit Sharma did not pay any fees for four years. Gradually Rohit Sharma started playing good cricket. Rohit Sharma initially made his debut as an off-spinner bowler. Later, at the behest of coach Dinesh Lad, Rohit Sharma was fielded as an opener instead of batting at number eight. He scored a century in the opening match of his opener order.



Rohit Sharma's marriage, wife  and children: -

In April 2015, Rohit Sharma engaged with Ritika Sajdeh. On 13 October 2015, Rohit Sharma and Ritika Sajdeh got married. He has a child. On 30 December 2018, Hrithik Sajdeh gave birth to a baby girl. He named his daughter samaira. Rohit Sharma's wife's name is Ritika Sajdeh.

 Rohit Sharma's birthday and age: -

 Rohit Sharma was born on 30 April 1987. Rohit Sharma celebrates his birthday on 30 April every year. In the year 2020, Rohit Sharma will celebrate his 33rd birthday. In the year 2020, Rohit Sharma turns 33.

 Rohit Sharma's way of playing: -

 Rohit Sharma plays international cricket on behalf of the Indian cricket team. Rohit Sharma is a right-handed batsman. The bat as an opener in the team. Although Rohit Sharma does not bowl, but sometimes he does. Rohit Sharma is a right-arm off-break bowler. They bowl part-time.



Cricket introduction of Rohit Sharma: -


Rohit Sharma is a right-handed batsman who bats as an opener in the India cricket team. Rohit Sharma plays domestic cricket for Mumbai. He made his domestic debut in a first-class cricket match in 2005. He played in the first-class cricket debut match for West Zone against Central Zone in Deodhar Trophy. Rohit Sharma opens India in international cricket. Rohit Sharma is a right-arm off-breaker bowler. Rohit Sharma appeared for the ODI cricket match in the year 2007. On 23 June 2007, Rohit Sharma played his first international ODI against Ireland. Rohit Sharma made his Test debut in 2013. On 6 November 2013, played his first Test match against the West Indies. Rohit Sharma appeared in T20 cricket match in the year 2007. On 19 September 2007, Rohit Sharma played his first international T20 match against England. Rohit Sharma's one-day shirt is number 45. Rohit Sharma plays for Mumbai Indians in IPL. He captains the Mumbai Indians in the IPL.



Rohit Sharma's domestic cricket career: -

 Rohit Sharma plays domestic cricket for Mumbai. In 2005, Rohit Sharma made his domestic cricket debut. Playing for West Zone in the Deodhar Trophy, he made his domestic cricket match against Central Zone. Rohit Sharma scored 31 not out in his debut match, batting at number eight. The match was won by Best Zone by three wickets. In this Deodhar Trophy, Rohit Sharma scored 142 runs from 123 balls. Rohit Sharma played for India-A in his first-class cricket. Rohit Sharma scored 57 runs in his debut match. Rohit Sharma made his Ranji Trophy appearance in the season 2007-07. In this match, he scored 205 runs from 267 balls against Gujarat. In the 2009 Ranji Trophy, Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 309 against Gujarat in his highest score.



Rohit Sharma's ODI cricket career: -

 Rohit Sharma made his ODI debut in 2007. On 23 June 2007, Rohit Sharma played his first ODI against Ireland in Belfast. Rohit Sharma was part of the Future Cup competition against South Africa in the year 2007. In that match, Rohit Sharma was not introduced to bat. Rohit Sharma scored a half-century against Pakistan in his maiden ODI in Jaipur on 18 November 2007. Rohit Sharma was then selected for the Commonwealth Bank Series to be held in Australia in 2007-08. In this series, Rohit Sharma scored 235 runs. In the final match (Sydney) of this series, Rohit Sharma and Sachin Tendulkar scored a successful run chase. Due to some poor performance in the middle, the middle order of Rohit Sharma was taken by Suresh Raina. Later Virat Kohli took this position. In 2009, Rohit Sharma returned to the team after scoring a triple century in the Ranji Trophy. Rohit Sharma was then selected for the Tri-Nations tournament in Bangladesh. Sachin Tendulkar was rested in this series.


On 28 May 2010, Rohit Sharma scored 114 against Zimbabwe. In the same tri-series on 30 May 2010, Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 101 against Sri Lanka. Subsequently, in 2011, Rohit Sharma was selected for the tour of West Indies in limited-overs cricket. He scored an unbeaten 68 in the first match at Queens Park Oval Cricket Ground. Rohit Sharma's performance in 2012 was very poor. He scored 168 runs throughout the year. The team captain at that time was Mahendra SinghDhoni. After this Dhoni introduced Rohit Sharma with Shikhar Dhawan in the opening. In 2013, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan started opening in the ICC Champion Trophy. The pair were excellent and India defeated England in the final. Rohit Sharma scored 209 from 158 balls against Australia in Bengaluru. In this match, Rohit Sharma hit 16 sixes which is a world record. On 13 November 2014, at Eden Gardens Kolkata, 264 runs were scored from 173 balls, breaking the record against Sri Lanka. In December 2017, Indian captain Virat Kohli was rested in the series against Sri Lanka. In January 2018, Rohit Sharma was made captain for the first time on the tour of South Africa. Team India won the series 21 under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. Rohit Sharma had his 200th ODI innings in the home series against Australia on 13 March 2019. Rohit Sharma broke Dhoni's sixes in the second ODI against West Indies in Vizag. Mahendra Singh Dhoni had a record of hitting 186 sixes in 208 innings while Rohit Sharma broke this record and hit 186 sixes in 116 innings. For this reason Rohit Sharma is also called Hitman.



Test cricket career of Rohit Sharma: -

 Rohit Sharma made his Test cricket debut in 2013 at the Eden Gardens Kolkata Cricket Ground. He played his first Test match at the Eden Gardens against the West Indies. The series was Sachin Tendulkar's Farewell series. He scored 177 runs in his debut match. The score was the second-highest score after Shikhar Dhawan in his debut match. In the second Test match of the same series, Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 111 at his home ground Wankhede Stadium. Rohit Sharma dropped out of the team due to poor performance in 2017-18. He was called back to the team in 2018-19. Chief selector for Australia tour M.S.K. Prasad selected Rohit Sharma in the team. Rohit Sharma scored 37 and 1 in Adelaide in the first match.

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