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U-19 Asia Cup: Rohit Sharma’s ‘MASTERCLASS’ for Under 19 team as they leave for Asia Cup in Dubai, check out

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U-19 Asia Cup – Rohit Sharma’s MASTERCLASS: Team India white-ball captain Rohit Sharma on Friday addressed India’s U-19 team during their preparatory camp at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru. The Indian opener will miss the upcoming Test series against South Africa after an injury ruled him out of the Test series starting later this month. The Hit-Man is currently rehabilitating at the NCA where he took the opportunity to share some his experiences to the next-gen of Indian stars.

During the session, Rohit advised the youngsters on how to handle pressure and focus on their game.

Under Yash Dhull, the Indian team will feature in the Under-19 Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates later this month and the players were excited to pick Rohit’s brains ahead of the important tournament.

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U-19 Asia Cup: Rohit Sharma’s ‘MASTER-CLASS’ for Under 19 team as they leave for Asia Cup in Dubai, check out

Rohit Sharma’s MASTERCLASS: Rohit Sharma will be missing the upcoming Test series after the hamstring injury and Priyank Panchal was named as the replacement. Last week, Rohit was handed the reins of ODIs along with the T20I formats. Taking to their Twitter, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shared some pictures from the NCA with Rohit interacting with the young players.

“Priceless lessons #TeamIndia white-ball captain @ImRo45, made most of his rehab time as he addressed India’s U19 team during their preparatory camp at the NCA in Bengaluru,” tweeted BCCI. CHeck the photos here:

U-19 ASIA CUP: India’s white-ball captain Rohit Sharma gives words of wisdom to India colts at NCA – See pics

Rohit Sharma is one of the most senior-most members of the squad having made his debut for India back in 2007. The Mumbai Indians captain was part of India’s U-19 World Cup squad in 2006 and has been one of the stalwarts of Indian cricket over the last decade. Sharma is closing in 10,000 runs in ODIs and was newly installed as the captain of the limited-overs side, while promoted to vice-captain in the longest format of the game.

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While Rohit continues his rehabilitation, on the other hand, Virat Kohli-led Indian red-ball squad is in Johannesburg, South Africa to lock horns with Proteas in the three-match Test series. India and South Africa will lock horns in the Test series which gets underway from December 26.

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