IND vs AUS: Rohit Sharma prepares for Sydney Test with first training session at Melbourne Cricket Ground | IND vs AUS: Rohit Sharma in preparation for Sydney test, practice photos go viral

Melbourne: After completing a 14 day quarantine in Australia, Indian team star cricketer Rohit Sharma took care of batting coach Vikram Rathod at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) I attended a workout for the first time. The first game is scheduled to take part in the Sydney Test from January 7 in the 4-game test series against Australia.

BCCI tweeted this photo of the drummer with 2 images, writing: “The engine is starting and this is a little preview of what will happen”. While Rohit was training, the rest of the Indian squad thought it was best to rest for 2 days after winning the second test of the series.

The engine is just starting and here’s a quick rundown of what to expect. #TeamIndia #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/3UdwpQO7KY

– BCCI (@BCCI) December 31, 2020

Rohit Sharma was injured during the IPL 2020. His thigh muscles were stretched. Because of this, he couldn’t play in the limited overs series and the first 2 tests of this tour. In the photo released by the BCCI, the 33-year-old players are seen practicing catches, meanwhile with Throwdown experts Raghavendra and Dayanand Garani were there to help Nuwan Seneveratne Rohit from Sri Lanka.

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After the end of the second game, Indian coach Ravi Shastri said Rohit would be considered before joining the squad for the third test match. BCCI announced on December 11 that the first player has passed the fitness test at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, paving the way for him to play in the 4-Test series.

Rohit was in quarantine for 2 weeks in Sydney before meeting his teammates on Wednesday. Rohit is expected to leave for Sydney with the Indian team on January 4. Due to the Kovid-19 situation in the state, the team’s route was changed. Former veteran batsman Sunil Gavaskar has also said the 33-year-old batsman from Mumbai is expected to open the innings with Shubman Gill in the Sydney test.
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