“This Could Be His Last ODI World Cup” Dinesh Karthik On India’s Captain Rohit Sharma

Dinesh Karthik, talking about India's captain Rohit Sharma, revealed that this could be his(Rohit Sharma) last ODI World Cup.

Indian cricket fans have seen Rohit Sharma for years, and there is no denying the fact that they have seen the evolution of a young right-handed batter who has not only improved his batting skills but went on to become India’s all-format captain. India’s batter, Dinesh Karthik, is no different in his opinion, as what he has for Rohit Sharma is praise. India’s wicketkeeper batter Dinesh Karthik played for the Indian side in the T20 World Cup 2022 under Rohit’s captaincy. India went on to play in the semi-finals but succumbed to England in the semis. While talking to Cricbuzz, he shared some qualities of Rohit Sharma that he has observed as a close companion of his.

He (Rohit Sharma) is made for big things and has achieved a lot in his career. In many ways, this could be his last ODI World Cup. He’s been a very close friend of mine. We have literally grown together as players and as people,

Dinesh Karthik told Cricbuzz

Rohit Sharma will be leading team India for the first time in the ICC ODI World Cup, though earlier he captained India in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, which happened in Australia, and in the ICC World Test Championship, he is still to register an ICC trophy to his name, and hopefully this time he adds one to his name, ending the decade-long ICC trophy drought for India. Rohit Sharma led India to its 8th Asia Cup title, recently defeating Sri Lanka in the finals. Karthik, praising Rohit’s game, said this:

He is somebody who has changed his game so much. He was the highest run-getter in the 2019 World Cup. Even if he gets half the runs, I don’t think he will care. He has said himself that he doesn’t care about the runs he gets. It’s all about trying to win this World Cup. The one that he has made sure is to walk the talk. He is always in a hurry to get Team India off to a good start and putting the opponent bowlers to rest

He added

India is going to start its World Cup 2023 campaign on October 8th, playing against Australia.

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