Rohit Sharma entered the international scene when he was 21 and the road ahead would be long and hard.
Rohit usually got a chance only when some of the main players were injured or rested and was never an automatic choice.
He missed out on a place in the squad for the 2011 World Cup and that left him pretty low.
Rohit’s fortunes turned in 2013 when he got the opening slot in the 2 limited-overs formats and it saw him eventually score 3 ODI 200s and the joint-fastest T20I hundred.
In 2019, once he got the opener’s slot. Rohit began to make up for lost time in Tests and in the last 4 years has firmly established himself across formats at the top of the order.
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After the T20 World Cup in 2021, he was named as Virat Kohli’s replacement for the role of T20I skipper and later on the BCCI also named him the ODI captain and Test skipper.
From a man who struggled to find a place on the side, Rohit went on to become the skipper in all formats.
Rohit is 35 and is expected to be around for another 2 to 3 years and in that time, while he is a skipper, he will look to lead by example.