In the lead-up to the World Cup, India must play Rohit Sharma in every one-day match.: Ajit Agarkar
Agarkar stated that Rohit has taken his playing to a new level.
In the run-up to the 50-over World Cup later this year, former India cricketer Ajit Agarkar urged skipper Rohit Sharma to play every One-Day International (ODI) game. Due to a conflict with his family, Rohit will be unable to attend the first ODI against Australia on March 17. At the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, Hardik Pandya will captain India in Rohit's absence.
No matter how physically taxing it might be, India needs its skipper Rohit, according to Agarkar. He mentioned Rohit's batting as well, saying the opener is taking a slightly different strategy and wants to be more aggressive at the top of the order. His track record is self-evident. Regarding Rohit's success in white ball cricket, you are not required to make any comments.
He has occasionally adopted a slightly different strategy, attempting to be the aggressor at the summit of the chain. Agarkar suggested on Star Sports' Game Plan that perhaps he altered his strategy slightly in the previous series, allowing himself a little more time and scoring a hundred. "I just hope he plays every one-day match India plays going forward because you want your captain to just have a style of play out there," the author said.
He can't make the first one because of domestic obligations. You won't have enough one-days after that to make your arrangements. Despite how physically taxing playing as skipper can be, you want Rohit to be there for every game. There are no problems with his hitting, in my opinion. Before the IPL 2023, India will play a three-match ODI series against Australia. The first One Day International (ODI) will take place on March 17 in Mumbai, the second on March 19 in Visakhapatnam, and the third on March 22 in Chennai.