IPL 2020 - If Rohit Sharma is playing in IPL then why not for India, know


India's senior national selection committee on Monday selected India's T20, ODI, and Test teams for the tour of Australia. Both Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma had to drop out due to injuries. At the same time, it was clarified that his injuries would be monitored by the selection committee. This meant that he could be selected for the Australian tour at any time, but none of them were actually included in the selected squad.

Therefore, the National Selection Committee was criticized by cricket lovers in India. India's great batsman Sunil Gavaskar also got angry. This time, he said, Rohit Sharma can practice in the net for Mumbai Indians. So it is beyond comprehension, to be honest about the injury he suffered. Fans need to understand Rohit Sharma's injuries and fitness. Rohit Sharma practiced on the net on Monday. This means he is on the verge of getting fit.

He can be seen representing Mumbai Indians in the upcoming IPL matches. Even after playing for Mumbai Indians, his fitness test can be taken by the BCCI. Because IPL is a private league. Therefore, the BCCI will not be able to rely on their fitness report. India's senior cricket selection committee consists of Sunil Joshi, Harvinder Singh, Devang Gandhi, Sarandeep Singh, and Jatin Paranjpe. The committee also placed Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma on the waiting list for the upcoming tour of Australia, citing injuries. Mayank Agarwal has not played for Kings XI Punjab in the last two matches due to injury. Navdeep Saini of Royal Challengers Bangalore has injured his finger, but both have been named in Team India.