There are only a few bigger names in limited-overs cricket at the moment than India vice-captain Rohit Sharma. Ever since Rohit has been promoted to the top of the batting order in 2013, he has been an absolute beast. Roihit has scored three double centuries in ODIs, the most by any player. Rohit has also scored four T20I hundreds, the most by any player. Rohit scored five centuries in World Cup 2019, the most by any player in a single edition of a World Cup. Rohit is also the 2nd-highest run-scorer in T20Is, only next to Virat Kohli. But despite such a sensational record in limited-overs cricket, the batsman has not been able to find the same level of success in Test cricket.Don’t get us wrong, Rohit has been great in Test cricket as well. He has scored 6 tons in 32 games and has scored 2,141 runs in the longest format. But for a player of his stature, by this time in his career, many fans would expect him to have played more Tests and scripted more records.Also read: Tom Moody picks Rohit Sharma to lead his world T20 XIFormer England captain David Gower was asked by Cricket.com whether he feels surprised… Read full this story
Why Rohit Sharma has not been as successful in Tests as in ODIs, T20Is? David Gower explains have 208 words, post on www.hindustantimes.com at July 12, 2020. This is cached page on Vietnam Dance. If you want remove this page, please contact us.