Rohit Sharma can take retirement after the 2023 World Cup, here are the three main reasons
Rohit Sharma is currently the captain of the Indian cricket team but he is struggling to perform nowadays. The Indian team got knocked out from the semi-final of the T20 World Cup and their dream of winning the ICC trophy was ruined again.
Too questions were raised over the captaincy as India was not able to take a single wicket. However, the next aim for the team is the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 which will happen in India itself.
According to many reports, he will take retirement after leading the side in the 2023 World Cup and that will be shocking for all his fans. In this article, we will see what will be the three major reasons he will take retirement after the 2023 World Cup.
1. Rohit Sharma age
The major factor will be his age as he is currently 35 years old and he will be 36 years old after the World Cup, maintaining fitness for all three formats is tough for any player at such an age.
2. His performance
He is struggling to get his form for such a long and he didn’t play a huge knock for a long time, that’s why many experts believe that he might not be able to get many more chances and should take the bold decision to give priority to the team instead of him.
3. Captaincy pressure of all three formats.
He is doing the captaincy in all three formats for India and the team has done well under him but that pressure of captaincy has affected Rohit Sharma a lot which could result in him getting retired from all or a few formats in the coming time, especially after the ODI World Cup.