Rohit Sharma likely to join the Indian squad for the upcoming Australia tour

Since the day India's squad for the Australia visit has been declared, Rohit Sharma's hamstring injury has been all over the news.

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Since the day India's squad for the Australia visit has been declared, Rohit Sharma's hamstring injury has been all over the news. It was reported that the star opener is under BCCI's perception yet his name wasn't there in the crew. Be that as it may, Rohit Sharma was seen practicing in a video shared by Mumbai Indians on exactly the same day and it started contention.

Later in the next week, Rohit Sharma even played two successive games for Mumbai Indians and it stoked the fire. Notwithstanding, his return on the field likewise expanded the expectations of his re-visitation of the Indian squad. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, additionally said that Rohit Sharma can be added to the squad on the off chance that he is fit. Presently, as the day of Team India's takeoff is drawing nearer, reports are proposing some uplifting news for the Men dressed in Blue.

According to a report in Outlook, the Indian white-ball vice-captain may board the sanctioned flight just after IPL. His group Mumbai Indians has equipped for the finals and Rohit Sharma will include in the conclusive game on tenth November. The Indian group will travel to Sydney and Rohit Sharma is relied upon to board the same flight.

“A decision will be taken soon in this regard. It’s only fair that Rohit stays with the team and does his strength and conditioning work under physio Nitin Patel and trainer Nick Webb. Let’s see how it goes,” a BCCI source said.

An intense Australian visit ahead for Team India

India's visit will be an intense challenge for the Men dressed in Blue. They turned into the first Asian side to win a Test series on Australian soil in 2018-19. Steve Smith and David Warner were serving a ban around then. The Australian side has been an incredibly solid unit since the arrival of two of the greatest match-champs.

As Virat Kohli has consistently kept Test cricket as his most extreme need, he may rest his restricted overs delegate in the white-ball leg of the long visit. The restricted overs arrangement will begin on 27th November and the Test arrangement will start later on 17th December. Despite the fact that Rohit Sharma has announced his hamstring injury as 'totally fine', such injury is very inclined to reoccur.

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