There is no getting around the fact that Indian captain Rohit Sharma has had trouble scoring runs in the current IPL season. In the IPL 2023, the talismanic captain of the Mumbai Indians (MI) club has only scored one half-century. It is quite improbable that Rohit’s injury-riddled Mumbai Indians team would qualify for the playoff round of the lucrative league this year.
Mumbai Paltan of Rohit is ranked eighth out of a possible 10 teams. In their first seven games of current season, the five-time champions had lost four games. Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson commented on Rohit’s recent slump in performance, claiming that the MI captain has a history of uneven play in the richest T20 competition in the world.
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Managing your mental energy presents a significant difficulty. International players play a lot of cricket, but Indian cricketers play it constantly throughout the year. It’s even more on his plate now that Rohit Sharma is also the captain of India. You can understand why he could be a little psychologically worn out. We have seen Rohit Sharma at his best, but during the past four or five seasons of the IPL, he hasn’t been at all reliable. Watson told The New York Times, “He is such a sharp hitter when he is going, taking on all the finest bowlers in the world in all kinds of situations.
In 7 games of the IPL 2023, MI captain Rohit has scored 181 runs with an average of 25.86.