Mumbai Indians reveal Rohit Sharma's new social media, See Pic
Rohit Sharma is out injured and will not be a part of India's upcoming Test series against New Zealand.
Rohit Sharma is out injured and will not be a part of India's upcoming Test series against New Zealand. In this time off duty, Rohit is making sure he spends quality time with his family, especially his adorable daughter Samaira.
Rohit is an active social media person and has often been seen sharing pictures of his daughter. On Tuesday, his Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Mumbai Indians captured a cute father-daughter moment and shared on their social media platforms.
In the picture, Rohit is seen showing something to Samaira from his phone. "On a scale of 1 to 10, how cute is Rohit's new social media manager?" Mumbai Indians said in a tweet along with the picture that showed as if Samaira was asking her "dada" to post it.
Rohit's Mumbai Indians are the defending champions and will take on on Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the IPL 2020 opener on March 29 at the Wankhede Stadium at home. While Rohit's side has won a record four IPL titles, the man himself has five IPL wins under his belt. Apart from the four he has won with Mumbai, he has a trophy with Deccan Chargers who had won the tournament in 2009 in South Africa.
Rohit suffered an injury during the fifth and final Twenty20 International (T20I) between India and New Zealand in Mount Maunganui. Rohit was leading India in that match in the absence of regular skipper Virat Kohli. However, after Rohit could not continue to play, KL Rahul was made the stand-in-skipper for the match, which India won and completed a 5-0 clean sweep. However, the BlackCaps avenged the loss by defeated India 3-0 in the One-Day International (ODI) series later on.
The first Test between India and New Zealand is set to begin on Friday in Wellington's Basin Reserve. The second match will be played at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. So far, India have won only two Test series in New Zealand having played nine. If India win the upcoming two-Test series, Kohli would join the elite club of MS Dhoni and MAK Pataudi and become the only third Indian captain to win a Test series on New Zealand soil.