The first match of the three-match one-day international series between India and Australia is to be played on 27 November. Limited overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma is unable to participate in this series. Rohit returned home after winning the fifth title of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to Mumbai Indians, while Virat Kohli-led team reached India. From the time of IPL, Rohit has been in a lot of discussion about his injury. Captain Virat has spoken openly on Rohit’s fitness for the first time.
INDvAUS: Due to this, both teams will tie the black bar in the 1st ODI.
During the IPL, Rohit was upset with hamstring injury, due to which he could not play some matches, but after that he returned to the team. Virat said on Thursday, a day before the match, that there is confusion about Rohit’s injury and he does not have complete information about the condition of the injury. He also said that he does not know why Rohit did not come to Australia with the rest of the team. Kohli said, ‘We had received an email before the selection committee meeting that it was not available. It said that he got hurt during the IPL. It said that he has been given information related to the injury and he has understood and he will be unavailable.
Kohli appears before the match, loud shots in the nets- VIDEO
Recovering from hamstring injury, Rohit is undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and will still take three weeks to regain full match fitness, but due to 14 days of isolation (without training), he will miss the Test series. Are out. Kohli said, ‘After that he played in the IPL and we all thought that he would be on a flight to Australia and we had no idea why he was not traveling with us. There was no information, lack of clarity. We are waiting.