Rohit Sharma is one of the most elegant six hitters in cricket history. The 33-year old makes his batting looks so easy that even the bowlers will be in awe.
Having hit new heights in his batting, Rohit Sharma is arguably the best two batters in the world along with Virat Kohli. The cricketer now has a new task with upcoming IPL. Unlike traditional opening in international cricket, Rohit Sharma plays mostly in middle order for Mumbai Indians.
He guides the team both as a batter and captain. He is one of the main reasons for Mumbai Indians’ record IPL trophies. On the other hand, his batting and consistency is a must for Mumbai’s batting lineup.
In T20 cricket, Rohit Sharma has shown his class since 2007. However, we cannot simply measure how good his batting is, because the bar is way too high. The captain is practising batting ahead of IPL 2020.
While the net practice session, Rohit Sharma effortlessly hit a six over long off. But the massive six cleared the ground and hit the top of a moving bus on road. Even the other people on the ground are amazed with that shot.
Here is Rohit Sharma’s massive six
Rohit Sharma has delivered a fourth IPL trophy last season. They managed to beat Chennai Super Kings in the best IPL final till date by a narrow 1 run victory. However, the team are not looking back at history but working hard for IPL 2020.
Having already delivered 4 IPL titles for Mumbai so far, Rohit Sharma has proven his mettle both as a batter and skipper. But the team’s hunger for success meant they are once again strong favorites for the upcoming edition.
But the loss of Lasith Malinga could prove to be bad for the team. The veteran cricketer was very good in last season’s final. He delivered the killer blow on the final ball by taking a wicket and giving Mumbai their fourth title.
But the young Mumbai Indians team with strong Indian contingent are always a threat to opposition. They have had miracles over the years as they went onto win the title multiple times.
Meanwhile, opposition bowlers might sweat again to not leak runs against Rohit Sharma. Mumbai Indians are scheduled to play the curtain raiser of IPL 2020 against Chennai Super Kings.