Rohit Sharma has arrived in Australia for the Test series after clearing a late fitness test. The ‘Hitman’ is, however, not part of the India Test squad for the opening two Test matches and will only be available from the third Test.
Will Rohit go to Australia?
Now, Rohit will fly to Australia after the NCA cleared him following a final assessment. Rohit will be in a separate facility from the rest of the team for the two weeks he is required to quarantine upon arrival.
Will Rohit play Australia Test?
Rohit Sharma is set to open the batting in the third Test against Australia in Sydney. India announced their playing XI for the Test to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground with Rohit replacing Mayank Agarwal in the openers’ slot and Navdeep Saini set to make his debut, included in place of the injured Umesh Yadav.
Is Rohit Sharma included in Australia tour?
Rohit Sharma was included in the India Test squad for Australia tour but the senior India selection committee and BCCI medical team after consulting the opener decided to rest him from the ODI and T20I series in Australia.
Is Ishant Sharma going to Australia?
India fast bowler Ishant Sharma has been ruled out of the tour to Australia, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said in a release on Thursday, November 26. … The BCCI release also revealed that Rohit travelled back to India after the conclusion of the IPL in the UAE to be with his ailing father.
When did Rohit Sharma come to Australia?
Rohit Sharma to travel to Australia on December 13 to participate in last two Tests.
Will Rohit Sharma play 3rd Test?
Rohit, who was appointed as the vice-captain for the first time, is confirmed to play the 3rd Test match. If he opens, then he might replace Mayank Agarwal. … Shubman Gill, who replaced his former U-19 captain in the second Test for his debut, is confirmed to keep his spot.
Which players are selected for Australia tour?
The selectors picked a total of 28 players for the three squads, out of which seven find place in all three squads. They are Virat Kohli, who was named captain across formats, Mayank Agarwal, KL Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, and Navdeep Saini.
Is Virat Kohli going to Australia?
Virat Kohli, who led India to a historic Test series win in Australia in 2018-19, will return from the upcoming tour of Australia after the first Test in Adelaide, after being granted paternity leave by the BCCI. … The BCCI has granted paternity leave to the Indian captain.
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Why is Ishant Sharma not in Australia?
India were dealt a huge blow early in their preparations for the Australia tour when Ishant Sharma was ruled out of the tour because he was unable to recover from an injury that he sustained in the early days of IPL 2020.
Why Rohit is not in Australia tour?
India opener Rohit Sharma did not make himself available for selection for the country’s ongoing tour of Australia, as he had to work on his injured left hamstring and wanted to stay close to his ailing father. … “Rohit Sharma had to come back to Mumbai after the IPL to attend his ailing father.
Why is Ishant Sharma not playing in ODI?
While he’s building up his workload in order to achieve Test match fitness, Mr Ishant Sharma has been ruled out of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy,” BCCI stated in a release. The All-India Senior Selection Committee has added T Natarajan to India’s squad for three-match ODI series against Australia starting Friday.