Rohit Sharma: If Team India did not become world champion then..., Rohit's mother revealed a big secret on retirement


Rohit Sharma Retirement: After winning the T20 World Cup, Rohit Sharma retired from T20 cricket. If Team India had lost, was Rohit going to retire even then, know here.

Rohit Sharma Retirement: After winning the T20 World Cup 2024, Rohit Sharma announced his retirement from T20 cricket. But a question must be arising in the minds of the people that if India had not won the World Cup, was the 'Hitman' going to retire from the shorter format of cricket even then. On this subject, now Rohit Sharma's mother, Purnima, has given a big statement and told that whether Team India wins or loses in the final, Rohit had made up his mind to retire in any case. Let us remind you that Rohit's mother had also reached Wankhede Stadium to watch the victory parade, where 'Hitman' became very emotional.

Talking to The Indian Express, Rohit's mother said, "I never thought that I would have to see this day. Before leaving for the World Cup tournament, Rohit met us and said that he wants to quit T20 cricket after this. I just said that try your best to win it. I was not well and had an appointment with the doctor, but I still came here to see this day."

When will Rohit Sharma play for Team India next?

Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have announced retirement from T20 cricket, but will still be seen playing in ODI and Test formats. Although Team India has gone on a tour of Zimbabwe for a 5-match T20 series, but after that at the end of July, the Indian team will go on a tour of Sri Lanka where it has to play 3 T20 and 3 ODI matches. Kohli and Rohit can also be seen playing again in this ODI series.

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