IND vs. ENG: Rohit Sharma sharing training pictures with funny captions, fans said – Return trophy

After the final match of the World Test Championship in England, the Indian players got a three-week break from the BCCI. During this time, all the players were roaming and having fun in London and its surrounding cities. After the holidays, Team India players have once again joined Bio Bubble. On July 16, Team India led by captain Virat Kohli participated in the training session. While training in a limited-overs series, team vice-captain Rohit Sharma shared some pictures that fans have been very impressed with.

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In fact, in the photo Rohit shared, he can be seen pulling the rope during training. This photo was shared by Rohit on his Instagram account. Rohit writes in his caption, ‘Bunny brother, the holiday is over … now the work begins.’ Fans loved Rohit’s writing in Hindi with the title here. In his post, a fan wrote, ‘Yes brother, the holiday is over and now make another 200 roots.’

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The Test series against England will begin on August 4

Team India, led by Virat Kohli, will play a five-Test series against England from August 4. With this, the second phase of the World Test Championships in India begins. India had lost the series 1-4 on the previous tour of England. Captain Kohli scored 593 runs in 10 innings on that tour, but failed to win the series for India. India wants to repeat its 2007 feat when India captured a Test series in England under the leadership of Rahul Dravid.

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