Would be nice to play a Test for India: Rohit
Updated on: Nov 12, 2018 10:07 pm IST
Indian opening batsman Rohit Sharma is excited for the tour of Australia for which he is also included in the Test squad and has stated that he is looking forward to playing Test cricket from a long time.
Was looking forward to playing Tests for a long time: Rohit
The Indian cricketer was speaking with the media after the third T20I against Windies. He revealed that Test matches are something he was looking forward to for a long time and it will be nice to go out there and play a Test match for India.
The right-hand batsman said that they have the T20Is and practice games before the first Test match. So he is not thinking about the Test match.
He made it clear that all he is thinking of is going back, taking a few days off, and take the flight to Australia. He feels that the Indian team will have enough time to think about the Test match after that. He explained that if he tries and stays in present, it works for him.
Rohit confident of performing in Australia
The Indian batsman admitted that Australia will be a different ball-game, and he completely understands that. But he also thinks that the things they have been doing as a team, they have to keep repeating the same thing they have been doing.
Serious effort from the lads to clinch the series. Lots of character in the squad, future is bright. By the way this is @imK_Ahmed13 3rd trophy raise 😄 #TeamIndia @BCCI pic.twitter.com/Os4NbHNqrh
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) November 12, 2018
Cricket is simple: Rohit
The Indian cricketer also said that as a batsman, he doesn’t think about his past performances. He believes that every game is a new game and every time he goes out there in the middle, he keeps things simple.
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He noted that this game is simple if you keep it simple. If you overthink, it can get complicated. So he believes that it is important to stay in the present.
He also made it clear that it is important to start well in Australia and then, take it from there.