Melbourne: Team India opener Rohit Sharma is in quarantine in Sydney after recovering from a hamstring injury and will join the team in Melbourne on Wednesday. However, even after joining the squad, Rohit is not expected to play the third test match against Australia from January 7. If the Kovid-19 released in Sydney does not improve, then the third Test can be moved to Melbourne.
India’s head coach Ravi Shastri said after the game that the team management would talk to Rohit about how he felt and a decision would be made on his availability after that.
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The Indian cricket team beat Australia by 8 wickets in the second test match played at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), tying 1-1 in the four-game series.
Shastri (Ravi Shastri) said after the game: “Rohit will join the team on Wednesday. We will talk to him about his physical form, as he has been in quarantine for a few weeks. We will see what he feels and only then will a decision be made against him.
Rohit, who made the Mumbai Indians the IPL Champions for the fifth time under his captain’s post, was injured during the IPL. However, despite this, he played qualifier 1 and the final. After that he went to the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.
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Rohit Sharma arrived in Australia in mid-December before the start of the test series and is currently in quarantine.