IND vs. AUS: Rohit Sharma said of the batting position, we have to match the team’s needs

Team India star batsman Rohit Sharma, who is preparing to travel to Australia, has made a big statement about his batting position in the Test series. Rohit has said that the team will adapt themselves to batting as per the need. Rohit is in the NCA these days and is working on his haemostring injury. Rohit has to pass a fitness test before moving to Australia.

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Talking to PTI, Rohit said, ‘I want to tell you one thing. I am ready to bat in any position as per the need of the team, but I do not know if he will change my character with the opener. I think the players in Australia at the moment should decide who will open the team for Virat Kohli. When I get there, I have a clear idea of ​​what’s going to happen. I’m fine, where the team wants to bat.

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Talking about Australian bounce bounce, Rohit said, “We are talking about bounce, but I don’t think there has been a certain bounce in the last few years, except Perth. Nowadays, especially at the opening, I have to think of pull and cut shots and I try to play in V and as straight as possible. .

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