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‘Don’t know where life takes..’: Rohit Sharma answers retirement question

‘Don’t know where life takes..’: Rohit Sharma answers retirement question

Rohit Sharma has won one World Cup for Team India, albeit T20 World Cup in 2007, as a 19-year-old.

India skipper Rohit Sharma is 36, and by the time the next World Cup arrives, he will be 39. After Team India lost the WC 2023 final vs Australia last year, there were a lot of noises that Rohit might not be a part of the ODI setup anymore. But then, retirement is not at all on his mind at the moment. While speaking on ‘Breakfast With Champions’, Rohit clarified that he is still motivated to win the World Cup for India.

When Will Rohit Sharma Retire?

“I haven’t really thought about retirement. But, I don’t know where life takes you. I am still playing well at this point in time – so I am thinking I am going to continue for a few more years and then, I don’t know. I really want to win the World Cup and there is a WTC final in 2025, hopefully India makes it,” said Rohit.

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“50-over World Cup for me is the actual World Cup. We’ve grown up watching that World Cup. More importantly, it was happening in India in front of our home crowd. We played so well up until that final. When we won the semi-finals, I thought, now we’re just a step away. We’re doing all the things right.”

What Went Wrong in Ind vs Aus Final?

“What’s the one thing that can make us lose the World Cup? Not a single thing came to my mind. Because I thought we ticked all the boxes, we were playing good cricket. Confidence was there. We were all supposed to have one bad day and that I guess that was our bad day. Don’t think we played bad cricket in that final, certain things didn’t go our way. But Australia were slightly better than us,” said Rohit.

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