Rohit Sharma, full name Rohit Gurunath Sharma is an Indian international cricketer. He plays as a right-handed opening batsman for the Indian national cricket team and IPL Mumbai Indians. He played well in all three formats: Test, ODI, and T20. He is one of the most famous cricketers in the world.
AGE & HEIGHT
Rohit Sharma, Born, on April 30, 1987; in Nagpur, Maharashtra. Height, 1.7 m.
His mother’s name is Purnima Sharma, she is a resident of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. His father, Gurunath Sharma, worked as a storehouse supervisor in a transport firm. As his father’s income was low, Sharma was brought up by his grandparents and uncles in Borivali. He has one brother, Vishal Sharma.
ROHIT SHARMA’S WIFE
Rohit and Ritika got married on 13 December 2015 after a 6-year-long relationship.
Rohit Sharma joined a cricket camp in 1999 with his uncle’s money. Dinesh lad, his coach at the camp, asked him to change his school to Swami Vivekananda International School, where Lad was a coach and the cricket facilities were better than those at Sharma’s school.
Sharma started as an off-spinner but he could bat to some extent. He excelled in the Harris and Giles Shield School Cricket Tournament, later scoring a century as an opener.
Sharma played well for West Zone against Central Zone in the Deodhar Trophy at Gwalior in March 2005. Batting at number eight, he scored an unbeaten 31 runs. And West Zone won the match by 3 wickets with 24 balls to spare.
In the same tournament, Udaipur remained unbeaten on 142 off 123 balls against North Zone at the Maharana Bhupal College Ground in Udaipur. He toured Abu Dhabi and Australia with India’s A squad and was then included in India’s 30-man probables list for the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy tournament.
Rohit Sharma was selected for the India-A team against New Zealand in Darwin in July 2006. He got a chance to play in the Ranji Trophy for Mumbai in the 2006–07 season and scored 205 off 267 balls against Gujarat. He scored a half-century (57) in his second innings in the final against Bengal. And Mumbai won the tournament.
SELECTION INDIA TEAM
Rohit Sharma was selected on 23 June 2007. It was his first international match against Ireland. It was part of the 2007 Future cup competition that also involved South Africa. He was number 7 in the batting order but did not bat as India won the game by 9 wickets.
It holds the record in Test ODI and T20 formats. Also in IPL, he has captained Mumbai for a long time. He also has a record in IPL. The records are as follows.
RECORDS IN ICC RANKING
- 23rd Most sixes in a career is 64.
- 19th Most sixes in an inning is 7.
- 32nd Highest partnership for the fourth wicket is 267 runs.
- 4th Highest partnership for the seventh wicket is 280 runs.
ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL
RECORDS IN ICC RANKING
- 19th Most runs in a career is 9376.
- 1st Most runs in innings is 264.
- 12th Most runs in innings is 264.
- 27th Most run in a series is 648.
- 8th Most run in a calendar year is 1490.
- 1st Most runs in an inning 264.
- 7th Most runs in a match on the losing side are 171.
- 2nd Most runs in an inning by a captain are 208.
- 13th Highest career batting average is 48.58.
- 4th Most hundreds in a career are 29.
- 2nd Most hundreds in a series are 5.
- 2nd Most hundreds in a calendar year are 7.
- 3rd Most hundreds against one team are 8.
- 22nd Most nineties in a career are 5.
- 17th Most fifties in a career are 74.
- 4th Most sixes in a career are 250.
- 20th Most fours in a career are 856.
- 2nd Most sixes in innings are 16.
- 1st Most fours in an inning are 33.
- 33rd Fastest to 5000 runs in 142 matches.
- 15th Fastest to 6000 runs in 162 matches.
- 5th Fastest to 7000 runs in 181 matches.
- 4th Fastest to 8000 runs in 200 matches.
- 3rd Fastest to 9000 runs in 217 matches.
- 47th Most catch in a career is 83.
- 29th Most player-of-the-match awards are 21.
- 19th Most player-of-the-series awards are 5.
RECORDS IN ICC RANKING
- 2nd Most runs in a career is 3809.
- 18th Most runs in an innings is 118.
- 19th Most runs in a calendar year is 612.
- 6th Most runs in an innings by a captain is 118.
- 2nd Most fifties in a career are 33.
- 1st Most sixes in a career are 182.
- 3rd Most fours in a career are 342.
- 9th Most sixes in an innings are 10.
- 23rd Most fours in an innings are 12.
- 6th Most runs from fours and sixes in an innings is 108.
- 13th Fastest to 2000 runs in 77 matches.
- 8th Fastest to 2500 runs in 92 matches.
- 5th Fastest to 3000 runs in 108 matches.
- 3rd Fastest to 3500 runs in 126 matches.
- 3rd Most catches in a career are 57.
- 20th Most catch in an innings is 3.
- 1st Most matches in a career are 145.
- 3rd Most player-of-the-match awards are12.
- 9th Most matches as captain are 48.
- Rohit Sharma is one of the most successful players in IPL history. He has won five IPL trophies in the last twelve years of IPL. In 2009, he was a part of the IPL-winning Deccan Chargers squad. His next four IPL trophies came under his leadership for Mumbai Indians. in 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019.
2. Rohit Sharma is one of the most prolific run-scorers in the IPL With 4898 runs in 188 matches. Rohit is ranked third in the list of most IPL runs.
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