The Indian selectors and the BCCI have resorted to corrective action after Rohit Sharma’s injury and fitness scandal erupted. Where did the real problem come from ..? Team India physiotherapist Nitin Patel was found guilty. Nitin Patel was directed by the Indian selectors to submit the fitness reports of the players before selecting the team. He wrote in the Rohit Sharma fitness report that at least 2-3 weeks rest is required. With that .. the selectors did not consider the name of Rohit Sharma during the team selection.
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Commenting on the controversy over Rohit Sharma’s omission, a BCCI official said, “Nitin Patel has submitted a full report to the selectors on the fitness of Team India players. The physio usually reports to the BCCI and selectors before team selection. Recently, a physio submitted a certificate issued by two doctors on Rohit Sharma’s injury. Both of them suggested that Rohit Sharma should rest for 2-3 weeks. With that … the selectors did not select Rohit in the team, ”he said. What if Rohit Sharma plays again in IPL 2020 season? The controversy is likely to escalate further.