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Ind vs Aus: Rohit Sharma Breaks Silence On Controversy Surrounding His Hamstring Injury During IPL 13 League Stage

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The Indian cricket team is currently on a tour of Australia. But their star opener Rohit Sharma’s hamstring injury, he sustained during the IPL 2020 league stage, became a matter of controversy. Firstly, Rohit did not get a place in the team for the tour of Australia, but later he was selected for the Test squad. Rohit Sharma recently broke silence on his injury for the first time and said that this is not a serious issue.

Rohit Sharma said that his hamstring injury is completely fine now. “I don’t know what was going on, to be honest, and what all were people talking about,” Sharma, who is currently doing strength and conditioning work at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, told PTI. “But let me put this on record, I was constantly communicating with the BCCI and Mumbai Indians.

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“I told them [Mumbai] That I can take the field since it is the shortest format and I will be able to manage the situation quite nicely. Once I made my mind clear, it was all about focusing on what I needed to do.

“Hamstring is feeling absolutely fine. Just started the process of getting it nice and strong. Before I play the longer format, I needed to be clear in mind that there is no stone left unturned. That’s probably the reason I’m at the NCA . “

Did Outside Chatter Regarding His Injury Affected Rohit Sharma?

For Sharma, the outside chatter regarding his injury and his subsequent participation in the IPL playoffs didn’t matter much. “For me, it was not a concern what X, Y or Z was talking about like whether he would make it to Australia. Once the injury occurred, the next two days all I did to figure out what I can do in the next ten days – whether I will be able to play or not.

“But every day, hamstring [degree of injury] was changing. The way it was responding was changing, so I was feeling quite confident that I could play and that is the communication that I had with MI at that point.

“I told them that I think I will be okay to play just before the playoffs. If there is any discomfort, I won’t be playing the playoffs.”

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India will start their Australia tour with the first ODI in Sydney on November 27 but Sharma feels he is yet to be ready to take the load of intensive cricket.

“There is still some work that needs to be done on my hamstring. That’s why I didn’t go to Australia for the white-ball leg as there are back-to-back games. Around six games in 11 [12] days.

“So I thought if I get to work on my body for 25 days, I can probably go and play the test matches. So it was an easy decision for me and I don’t know why it became so complicated for others.”

Sharma also touched upon his leadership at Mumbai Indians. The five-time champions, he said, were not created overnight.

“Yeah, we have a [Kieron] Pollard, a Hardik [Pandya], [Jasprit] Bumrah, but has anyone thought why this team is successful?

“Lot of people, I hear say that can he [Sharma] do it with other teams? Firstly, why shall I need to do it with other teams? There is a certain way this franchise wants to go and same direction I want to go as well, both as a player and leader.

“Did this team become good overnight? No. It’s just that this franchise does not believe in chopping and changing. And every player, including Rohit Sharma, was available at [the 2011] auctions. Just that MI picked and believed in building a team. “

“We were sitting in our team room and I could feel he was dejected. But I didn’t go and speak to him. It was he who came up and said, ‘Don’t worry I will get over it and win the matches for MI ‘. When he said that I also realized he is heading in the right direction, not only in terms of IPL but also in his overall career. There are a lot of India games and his time will come. “

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