Rohit Sharma, who created history by giving Mumbai Indians the fifth IPL title, has once again won the iron of his charismatic captaincy, but his initial coach Dinesh Lad says that he had the unique qualities of winning matches and captaincy on his own since school days. . Rohit played a half-century in the final against Delhi Capitals, with a skilled captaincy to give Mumbai a five-wicket victory. He is also the most successful captain in IPL history with five titles. Lad said in the upcoming book ‘The Hitman: The Rohit Sharma Story’ on the limited-overs vice-captain of the Indian team that he had won matches on his own since school days and had leadership potential. He also took wickets and scored a century. I made him captain of the school team in ninth grade.
He said that he was quite aggressive who always wanted to win and contributed to that victory. I always advised him to play calm at the crease as he was a master of technique and it would be impossible to get him out after setting at the crease. This book written by famous cricket writers Vijay Lokapalli and G. Krishnan has uncovered many untouched aspects of Rohit’s golden journey. Along with this, his fellow players, coaches and friends have also expressed their opinions about him in a flawless manner. The book, published by Bloomsbury, will be released on 18 November. World Cup 2011 hero Yuvraj Singh wrote in the preface that in the next T20 and 50 overs World Cup, Rohit will prove to be important for the Indian team.
He wrote, “The way he plays big innings, I am sure that he will become India’s most important player in the next T920 and 50 overs World Cup. I want him to take full care of his fitness because Indian cricket needs it. “He also said that a middle-order batsman becoming one of the best openers in the world is available. Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag have done this before that. Test specialist batsman Cheteshwar Pujara praised his century against the West Indies at the Eden Gardens in 2013, saying he did what VVS Laxman once did.
He said that Rohit had a great partnership with the tail batsmen who were once VVS Laxman. He was on 50 when eight wickets fell and then scored a century. (Rohit added 280 runs for the seventh wicket with R Ashwin in that match which was a new record for India at the time.) Rohit’s teammate and close friend Mumbai batsman Abhishek Nair spoke about his mastery in the pool shot. Told in He said that tennis ball cricket is common on the grounds of Mumbai and you have to be the king of sixes. Rohit mastered the pool shot from the same period. Nothing can stop a short ball from hooking or pulling it. He used to hit big sixes over sweeper cover and cover point which is not easy. Batsmen often hit sixes at midwicket.