Ravi Shastri On Rohit Sharma: Former India head coach Ravi Shastri said that Rohit Sharma should be made the Test captain of India. However, he also said that Rohit will have to maintain his fitness. Let us tell you that in December last year, Rohit was appointed as the Test vice-captain of India.
However, the Mumbai Indians captain did not accompany the Indian team on the tour of South Africa last year due to injury. After this, KL Rahul was appointed as the vice-captain of Virat Kohli before the tour of South Africa. But after Virat left the Test captaincy, now the search for the next Test captain has started.
Ravi Shastri said in a conversation with a news channel, “If Rohit Sharma is fit then he should be made captain in Tests also. He was appointed vice-captain for the South Africa series, but he could not go there due to injuries. If the vice-captain was made, then why can’t promotion be done under the captaincy.
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It is worth noting that Rohit Sharma can now be given the captaincy of Team India in all three formats. He is already the captain of the team in ODIs and T20s. However, due to his age, the picture is not clear yet.
The former coach said the selectors and the team management should keep 24-year-old Rishabh Pant in mind while discussing the future captain. He further said, “Rishabh Pant is a tremendous young player. I love him a lot as a coach. The good thing about him is that he always listens to you.”
Shastri said, “He (Pant) always does what he wants, but it is not true. He assesses the game well and always tries to take his team forward. should also always be taken into account for leadership.”
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