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Amidst drama over T20I captaincy, Rohit Sharma spotted with daughter in UK

Amidst drama over T20I captaincy, Rohit Sharma spotted with daughter in UK

Rohit Sharma is currently relishing some leisure time in the UK alongside his wife, Ritika Sajdeh, and their daughter, Samaira, away from the cricketing scene.

After wrapping up the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, Team India captain Rohit Sharma is enjoying some downtime away from the cricket scene. He has been actively involved in the game since September. Currently, Rohit Sharma, with his wife Ritika Sajdeh and daughter Samaira, are in the United Kingdom.

Amidst the ongoing speculation surrounding his future as the white-ball captain, Rohit Sharma recently posted an adorable picture with his daughter on his Instagram story. Check it out below.

Rohit Sharma has been enjoying time away from cricket with his wife, Ritika Sajdeh and daughter, Samaira in the UK.

As the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 approaches, the BCCI and selectors are preparing to deliberate on Rohit Sharma’s T20I future.

With coach Rahul Dravid receiving a contract extension, there is a likelihood that Sharma will receive an extended opportunity, considering his commendable performance in the World Cup 2023 as both a captain and a batter.

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Under Rohit’s captaincy, India achieved an impressive ten-match unbeaten streak and reached the final of the 2023 World Cup in India, although they faced defeat against Australia in the final match.

Rohit Sharma played a pivotal role with the bat, adopting an aggressive style and accumulating 597 runs in 11 matches, including one century and three half-centuries. Consequently, given these impressive stats, the BCCI may entrust Sharma with a more extended role in T20Is.

Rohit Sharma has been enjoying time away from cricket with his wife, Ritika Sajdeh and daughter, Samaira in the UK.

In the upcoming series against South Africa, Rohit Sharma will take on the captaincy role for the Test matches, while Suryakumar Yadav will lead the team in T20IIs and KL Rahul will be at the helm for the ODIs. Rohit has decided to skip the white-ball series.

Starting on December 10, the tour will include three T20Is, three ODIs, and two Test matches.

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