Rohit Sharma wants CA and BCCI to get Ind-Aus series underway
By CricShotsStaff - May 9, 2020 1:26 pm
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India’s limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma spoke on the future of India’s scheduled tour to Australia that’s slated to take begin in December.  Rohit Sharma speaks on his affection of playing against the Aussies especially on the land down under. The right-handed opener adds does not want to miss the opportunity to play later this year.

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma

Speaking with David Warner in a live Instagram session, Rohit said, “I love playing against Australia.  When we won the series in Australia the last time, it was a very big achievement. Obviously you were not there, we are looking for the series against Australia this year. I wish both BCCI and CA manage something to get the series underway. It would be a great series for people to watch, it would be a good way to kick off cricket in the world.”

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Rohit Sharma is also hopeful that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Cricket Australia (CA) will find a solution for the same. He believes both the cricketing associations will make sure the four-match Test series happiness when sporting activities resume.

The 33-year-old also spoke on the future of the Indian Premier League. Rohit said, “IPL may also happen, but I do not know the exact month and date. I am really looking forward to the Australian tour, we love coming to Australia and playing against you guys. Once we land in Australia, nothing comes easy, it is one of my favorite places in the world.”

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India’s last tour to the land down under was extremely successful for the Virat Kohli led the team as India won its first Test series against Australia in their homeland. However, during the 2018-19 series Australia was played without the likes David Warner. Warner alongside Steve Smith were serving a year-long ban after the 2018 ball-tampering scandal.