Rohit Sharma has climbed into the eyes of critics after the WTC finalNew Delhi:
After losing to Australia by 209 runs in the recent WTC final, Team India and its star players are on the target of critics. It will also be a matter of seeing what roadmap the BCCI prepares for the future from here. Among the players who are being criticized the most, captain Rohit Sharma is at the forefront. Rohit could not impress with his personal performance and also missed his place in captaincy. The biggest mistake was winning the toss and deciding to bowl first. This is the reason why now a large section is demanding someone else to replace 36-year-old Rohit as Test captain. Now Aakash Chopra has said that he is not sure whether Rohit will remain the captain after this year or not.
Chopra said on his YouTube channel that Rohit is a good captain and there is no doubt about it. There is no doubt that Rohit is a good Test batsman, but I am not 100 per cent sure about his future. And the reason is that in the last two circles, Team India has played the WTC final under his captaincy and in both, India has suffered badly.
Akash said that age is also not with Rohit now and it is a reality. When you look at the next two years and another WTC circle (2025), Rohit can still play Test cricket, but it's all about his desire to play. Six series is a very long time.
The former opener, who has made a mark in the commentary, urged the Indian management to look at other options besides Rohit to lead the Test team. There will be one year left from here. There are five Test matches against England and after that you have to go to Australia. Should they look for change? It's going to be really interesting. India will open their WTC circle campaign against West Indies next month. Team India will play two Test matches against the West Indies.
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