Rohit Sharma: ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 is going to start from 5th October. After winning the Asia Cup, Team India would like to win this title also. In 2011, India won the 50 over World Cup under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Now the Indian team is preparing to win the historic double trophy under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. The Indian team has started preparations for the World Cup starting from October. Meanwhile, Indian captain Rohit Sharma shared many things. We will know what Rohit said further in the story.
“I have never won a 50-over World Cup”: Rohit Sharma
After leading his team to victory in the recent Asia Cup, Rohit Sharma is now dreaming of the World Cup trophy. During the conversation, he said that the World Cup is most important and he can only see the World Cup trophy.
As Indian captain, Rohit has won the T20 World but not the 50-over World Cup. Rohit said that the 50 over World Cup is much more challenging than the T20 World Cup. If we have won two World Cups so far, all those things come to mind.
There is always a chance for a comeback in sports
Rohit Sharma was not a part of the 2011 World Cup team. But he reacted to not being a part of the team. He said, “I don’t think that far ahead. I believe that you can always make a comeback in the game and prove yourself. When I was dropped from the 2011 World Cup team, I did not think that I would ever be able to play the World Cup, but this is my third World Cup. There are many tasks in the world that seem impossible to us but we just have to believe in ourselves.”
ICC World Cup will be played in India from October 5
The biggest tournament of the cricket world, ICC World Cup, is going to start from October 5. This time India is hosting the World Cup. The first match will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. This year 10 teams will participate in the World Cup. The tournament will end on November 19.
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