Rohit Gurunath Sharma

Rohit Gurunath Sharma

Rohit Sharma (Rohit Gurunath Sharma) is among the world’s most renowned and talented cricketers, representing India on the international stage. Born on April 30, 1987, in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India, he plays as a right-handed batsman and occasionally serves as a right-arm off-spin bowler. Sharma is a key player for the Indian national team in One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) formats, as well as the captain in limited-overs formats.


Rohit began his cricket career at an early age, making his first-class debut for Mumbai in 2006. His international debut came in 2007 in an ODI match against Ireland. Since then, he has become an integral part of the Indian cricket team. His ability to play long innings and his aggressive style of play have made him one of the most dangerous batsmen in the world.

Sporting Achievements

  • ODI Records: Rohit Sharma holds the record for the highest individual score in a One Day International match, scoring 264 against Sri Lanka in 2014. He is also the only player in the world to have scored three double centuries (200 or more runs) in ODI cricket.
  • T20I Highlights: In the T20I format, Rohit holds the record for the most centuries (hundred or more runs).
  • Test Cricket Achievements: Though Rohit is not as widely recognized for his test cricket achievements as he is in limited-overs formats, he has proven his worth in this format too, including scoring a century in his debut test as an opener.
  • Captaincy Career: Under his leadership, India has achieved significant successes, including victories in crucial series. Rohit has also successfully captained the Mumbai Indians team in the Indian Premier League (IPL), winning the title several times.

Rohit Sharma is known for his calm demeanor on the field and his ability to make crucial decisions at critical moments. His contribution to Indian and world cricket is invaluable, and he continues to be an inspiration for many young players around the globe.

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