After resting for a while, the hitman took the bat again. Meanwhile, seeing Rohit practice batting again, the fans along with the Indian team breathed a sigh of relief.
Ahead of the crucial semi-final match against England, the news of Rohit Sharma’s injury sent Team India into a frenzy. Rohit Sharma injured his right hand while batting in the nets in Adelaide. With this, he left the crease and went to the side. He was paralyzed for a while due to the injury. On learning this, the physio and other staff came running to examine Rohit’s injury. Severity was assessed and treated. After that, the hitman took a rest for a while and took the bat again. Meanwhile, seeing Rohit practice batting again, the fans along with the Indian team breathed a sigh of relief. An optional training session has started in Adelaide for the semis with the English team. Rohit, who is not performing as expected in the T20 World Cup, also came to the practice session to improve his batting. There he started batting practice with Team India’s throwdown expert Raghu.
In this sequence, Rohit tried to hit a ball thrown by Raghu with a pull shot. But as the prediction was wrong, the ball hit the hitman’s right hand hard. With this, he left the bat aside. He sat like that for a while with a big ice pack in his right hand. He then discussed the injury with mental conditioning coach Paddy Upton. After a while, he again grabbed the bat and entered the nets. But he asked not to bowl too fast. He only practiced defense shots instead of heavy shots. Although he is currently batting without any problem, if the pain returns, there are chances that he will miss the match against England.
Defense shots practice..
Meanwhile, Rohit is not performing as expected in the T20 World Cup. Failing to make a good start as an opener. He scored only one half-century in the last five matches (4, 53, 15, 2, 15 runs). But everyone thinks that he will excel in the crucial semis match.
Rohit Sharma got injured earlier in the nets, but he is fit now 🌞🌞🌞
— Cric (@Lavdeep19860429) November 8, 2022
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