Jaffer commended India’s constrained overs bad habit skipper Rohit Sharma, and stated that the batsman comprehends his game better now and has a decent possibility of prevailing in Test cricket as an opener.
What do you expect when two opening batsmen get together to talk cricket? Indeed, aside from different things the two of them would discuss different openers without a doubt. Something comparable happened when previous India opener and Ranji Trophy robust Wasim Jaffer talked with another India opener and praised cricket observer Aakash Chopra on the last’s YouTube channel.
Jaffer commended India’s constrained overs bad habit chief Rohit Sharma, and affirmed that Rohit comprehends his game better now and has a decent possibility of prevailing in Test cricket as an opener.
“I feel he comprehends his game much more at this point. This isn’t the Rohit Sharma that we have seen previously. He knows where he needs to quiet down. Indeed, even in ODI cricket, in the event that you see the World Cup, the ball was moving around in a couple of matches and he kept down. He kept down for 8-10 overs against South Africa and Pakistan,” Jaffer said.
Rohit made an incredible rebound to Test cricket in 2019 as he scored a bagful of runs on home conditions. He was relied upon to play his first arrangement as an opener outside the sub-landmass in New Zealand this year however he needed to miss the test because of a physical issue.
Jaffer trusts Rohit can score huge even outside India on the off chance that he endures the underlying stage. “I feel in abroad conditions in the initial 30-45 minutes he is somewhat helpless. I think on the off chance that he endures that, he can get twofold hundreds even there,” the previous Mumbai and Vidarbha legend said.
“At that point when he comprehends that the conditions have gotten better, he has that capacity to quicken and out of nowhere his strike rate would go up to 120-130. Along these lines, I feel he is in that headspace that he comprehends where he needs to assume a lower priority and where he can assault. Furthermore, he has both the games.”
Jaffer spoke to India in 31 Test matches, scoring 1944 runs at a normal of 34.10 with five centuries and 11 half-hundreds of years in his possession. He is additionally the most elevated run-getter in Ranji Trophy history with in excess of 12,000 runs.