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Rohit Sharma net worth in rupees, age, date of birth, family, height in feet, jersey number, house, stats

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Rohit Sharma net worth is estimated at Rs. 130 crore. Rohit is regarded as one of the white-ball batsmen in the world.

Date of Birth 30 April, 1987
Height in feet 5 foot 6 inches
Caste Telugu Brahmin
Net Worth in rupees Rs. 130 crore

After a slow start, Rohit Sharma‘s career started gaining momentum especially after 2013 Champions Trophy. Rohit was a middle order batsman earlier in his career. But India’s former captain MS Dhoni promoted Rohit to the top of the order as an opener. That changed his career and made him one of the most dangerous batters in the world.

 

 

Rohit Sharma jersey number

Sharma wears Jersey No. 45.


Rohit Sharma religion

He follows Hindu religion.


Rohit Sharma Stats

 

Currently, Rohit Sharma holds a no. of records to his name. The pull off the front foot is his trademark shot and he looks an elegant batsman while playing his shots. He has the record of most no. of sixes by an Indian (423) in international cricket to his name. He is third on the overall list only behind Chris Gayle and Shahid Afridi. In 2014, Rohit Sharma made 264 not out against Sri Lanka which is still a world record for highest individual score by a batsman in international cricket. Not only in international cricket, Rohit has also shown his captaincy credentials in the IPL where he has led Mumbai Indians to a record 5 titles.

In the current ICC Rankings for batsmen, he is ranked 8th in Tests, 3rd in ODIs and 14th in T20Is. Rohit’s ability to play a big innings once set makes him a threatening batsman for the opposition. He is known to make big hundreds and has an excellent conversion rate. Despite seeing many struggles in his life, Rohit Sharma is a role model of success and will always be regarded as one of the greatest white-ball cricketers.

(Last updated) 9 May 2021

Rohit Sharma Instagram rohitsharma45

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