Rohit Sharma Birthday: Team India’s vice-captain Rohit Sharma in the ODI and T20 formats is counted among the batsmen for whom it is not impossible to achieve the goal of the highest score. The dashing batsman of Team India was born on 30 April 1987 in Nagpur, Maharashtra.
Today i.e. 30 April 2020 is his 33rd birthday. Rohit Sharma is called a hitman due to aggressive batting. His journey from magman to hitman has not been easy.
He has seen very difficult days in childhood. At an early age, the responsibility of spending the family on his shoulders had come.
Rohit’s father Gurunath Sharma used to work in a transport company. Rohit lost his father’s job when he was playing Ranji matches. After this, the responsibility of spending the family fell on Rohit’s shoulders.
But Rohit, who specializes in the ability to deal with any situation, did not lose courage. He joined Indian Oil. He used to work and also played Ranji Trophy matches. Earlier, seeing Rohit’s cricketing abilities, his school also gave him a scholarship for studies.
Little will be known that Rohit’s mother did not want to make him a cricketer. She wanted her son to do a good job studying and writing.
But Rohit never acceded to this and showed his dream to come true. Rohit’s mother is a resident of Visakhapatnam. Perhaps this is the reason why Rohit also knows Hindi, English, Marathi, and Telugu language.
Rohit completed his half-century in 2007 in a T20 match with a six. According to his father, it was the most beautiful moment for him.
It may also be known that Rohit’s batting icon is not Virender Sehwag, but Sachin Tendulkar. Rohit has also bunked the school once in a round of meeting Virender Sehwag.
Team India captain Virat Kohli once revealed that Rohit likes gold the most. Virat had said that out of all the players in the Indian cricket team, Rohit sleeps the most. They sleep anywhere when given a chance.
Rohit Sharma is among the four cricketers who have won the IPL with two different teams (Deccan Chargers and Mumbai Indians). Apart from them, this record is also recorded in the names of Lakshmipathy Balaji, Pragyan Ojha, and Yusuf Pathan.