‘I Will Retire…,’ Rohit Sharma On Playing Tests For Team India

The Indian cricket team, under the astute leadership of Rohit Sharma, achieved a significant milestone by concluding the five-match series against England with an impressive 4-1 victory. In the final Test, India secured an innings win over the team led by Ben Stokes, wrapping up the match in under three days.

Following this triumph, India has strengthened its position in the World Test Championship standings, extending their lead at the summit. Their point percentage now stands at 68.51%, having won six out of nine games. Meanwhile, England’s point percentage has dwindled to 17.5%. The standings for other teams remain unchanged.

“One day, when I wake up and feel, I am not good enough then I will retire straightaway but in the last few years I am playing the best cricket of my life,” Rohit Sharma said on Jio Cinema.

Following the victory, Rohit Sharma made a noteworthy statement reflecting on his Test career over the past couple of years. Regarding the away Test series against South Africa, which ended in a 1-1 draw, Rohit expressed his disappointment, mentioning, “We typically lose the first Test and then improve in the subsequent matches, so I was disappointed that we only played a two-match Test series in South Africa.”

Rohit Praises Young Guns

Additionally, Rohit Sharma commended the performance of the young team against England, despite the absence of senior players. He highlighted their resilience and ability to deliver under pressure, indicating a promising future for Indian cricket.

“When you win a Test like this, everything has to fall in place. At some stage people are gonna and people are gonna come and we know that. These guys are maybe short of experience, they have played a lot of cricket and I can stand here and see that these guys responded pretty well under pressure. The credit goes to the entire team and it was pleasing to see,” he said.

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