The hitman Rohit Sharma said these days are not coming back

The hitman Rohit Sharma said these days are not coming back
The hitman Rohit Sharma said these days are not coming back 

Cricketers from some countries have at least returned to training after the coronavirus epidemic, but Indian players are still forced to stay home. Although some Indian cricketers have started outdoor training, players living in metros like Mumbai and Delhi are still imprisoned at home and spending time with their families. One such cricketer is Rohit Sharma, who cannot get out of the house.

Rohit Sharma, who lives very close to Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, cannot even step into the stadium as the coronavirus and then natural storm has disturbed Mumbai. In such a situation, Rohit Sharma is spending time with his daughter Adara and wife Ritika Sajdeh while regaining his fitness. On Saturday, Rohit Sharma shared a video on Instagram, in which he is playing with Adhara. In its caption, hitman Rohit Sharma wrote that he is not coming back these days.

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Rohit Sharma’s post has been commented by all the cricketers besides his fans. Due to the lockdown and already Rohit Sharma is at home because he was badly hurt during the T20 series against New Zealand, due to which he returned to India and was undergoing treatment at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, but at the same time The virus knocked in Coronavirus India and Rohit Sharma had to return to his home in Mumbai. Since then, he is at home and is giving a lot of time to his daughter and wife.

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Right-handed Storm batsman Rohit Sharma says that there is not going to much return these days, because the international cricketer’s life is very busy. Players keep going from one city to another and from one country to another. Therefore, cricket players can give less time to their family while playing. As such, such a long time was good for everyone.


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