Rohit Sharma is an Indian international cricketer who is the vice-captain of the India national team in limited-overs formats born on 30 April 1987, In Maharashtra, India.
He is the son of Gurunath Sharma and Purnima Sharma. His father is the caretaker of a storehouse for a transport firm. Rohit has one younger brother Vishal Sharma.
On December 13, 2015, He married his friend, manager, and girlfriend of six years, Ritika Sajdah. They live in Their 4BHK apartment in Ahuja Towers, Mumbai.
He completed his 12th standard education from Swami Vivekanand International School, Mumbai.
In March 2005, had made his domestic cricket debut for West Zone in their Deodhar Trophy match against Central Zone at Gwalior. During the same tournament, He earned attention for scoring an unbeaten 142 in 123 balls against North Zone at Udaipur. He had been selected for the NKP Salve Challenger Trophy and also made into the list of 30 probable for the Champions Trophy even before his Ranji debut, but failed to make into the final squad. His First-class debut for India A had been against New Zealand A, at Darwin in July 2006. In 2007, He had made his ODI debut against Ireland at Belfast during India’s tour. He had been selected for the 2007–08 Commonwealth Bank Series in Australia thanks to his maiden ODI half-century against Pakistan at Jaipur on 18 November 2007. In Australia, He had scored two more half-centuries, including a 66 in the 1st final at Sydney during India’s successful run chase. In 2008, Rohit Sharma had been selected by the Deccan Chargers right for a sum of US$750,000 in IPL, during which He had won the Orange Cap as the leading run-scorer for some time. In December 2017, with skipper Virat Kohli held, He had been named the captain of the Indian team for the Sri Lanka series, and recorded 2-1 and 3-0 wins in the ODI and the T20 series, respectively.
- His mother never wanted that Rohit becomes a cricketer.
- He can fluently speak in Hindi, English, Telugu, and Marathi.
- He is also called Hitman and Shaana.
- On October 2, 2015, He became the second Indian cricketer, after Suresh Raina who have got centuries in all formats of the game with his 106 in the first T20I against South Africa at Dharamshala.
Awards and Achievements:
- In 2015, He received the ‘Arjuna Award’ from the Indian Government.
- He received numerous ‘Man of the Match’ and ‘Man of the Series’ awards.
What can we learn from Him??
Like Rohit Sharma, Everyone to do struggle in their life. for your success, you have to work hard.