A report states that it is possible that India’s skipper Rohit Sharma and their out-of-form opener KL Rahul would not participate in the home series against Sri Lanka in January.
According to sources within the BCCI who spoke to ANI, the report said that Rohit has not yet made a full recovery from the thumb injury he had earlier in December while playing in the second one-day international against Bangladesh.
According to the reports, KL will tie the knot sometime throughout the course of the events depicted in the series. Sri Lanka will play three Twenty20 Internationals and three One-Day Internationals during their trip of India, which will take place from January 3 to January 15. In particular, Rohit and KL did not have very successful batting performances in 2022.
Throughout the year 2022, Rohit Sharma had various challenges that prevented him from living up to his “Hitman” moniker. In the two tests that took place in this year, Rohit scored a total of 90 runs with an average score of 30, his highest score being 46.
He played in eight one-day internationals and had a total of 249 runs, with an average of 41.50, three half-centuries, and a best score of 76*.
This year, Rohit scored 656 runs in 29 Twenty20 International innings, averaging 24.29 runs per innings and having a strike rate of 134.42. He had three half-centuries and his highest score was 72.
Rohit finished the year with 995 runs scored over his 40 innings, falling short of the milestone of 1000 runs scored. These runs had an average speed of 27.63, and there were six 50-yard dashes. Since the year 2012, he went a complete year without scoring a century in international competition for the first time.
On the other side, KL participated in four Test matches during this year, during which he scored 137 runs at an average of 17.12, including one fifty. This year, he has the highest score possible of 50 points on any test.
This year, he played in 10 one-day internationals and scored 251 runs, with an average of 27.88. His top score was 73, and he had two half-centuries.
This year, he played in 16 Twenty20 Internationals and scored 434 runs at an average of 28.93, including six half-centuries and a high score of 62.
KL has scored a total of 822 runs throughout 30 matches this year, with nine half-centuries and an average of 25.68 runs scored per match.