Updated 27th October 2020 | 12:30 IST
Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar had demanded more transparency on India’s limited-overs captain Rohit Sharma injury status when he was seen practising on the Mumbai Indians’ nets, justifying out of the squad for the upcoming tour Hours later. Of Australia.
The BCCI’s senior national selection committee did not shed much light on Rohit’s hamstring injury, announcing the three teams for the tour of Australia on Monday and said its medical team would continue to monitor his progress.
Amid his injury concerns, Rohit Sharma hit the nets on the same day as usual about his business and looked in good touch.
“We are talking about Test matches, which are a month and a half. The problem she has will help everyone. And if he is practising in the nets for the Mumbai Indians, honestly I don’t know what kind of injury it is,” Gavaskar said after playing between Kings XI Punjab and Kolkata Knight Riders in Sharjah on Monday. Told sports.
“I think there is a little transparency, a little openness that what is the problem with that will help everyone,” he said.
He said, ‘Indian cricket fans are entitled to know more than anything. Franchises, I understand. They do not want to remove their hands. They do not want to give any psychological benefit to the protests.
The tour to Australia includes three T20 internationals, several ODIs and four Tests. The series is scheduled to begin on 27 November.
Rohit may not be in India’s team, but he will most likely to lead Mumbai Indians later in the IPL.
Ahead of the CSK game on 23 October, Mumbai Indians had said that Rohit suffered a hamstring injury in the game against KXIP on 18 October.