Rohit reveals Suryakumar’s words after being not selected for Australia tour

Indian right-handed batsman and Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma recently revealed the conversation he had with his IPL teammate Suryakumar Yadav after the latter was omitted for the Australia tour.

Many surprised at Suryakumar's omission for Australia tour

Mumbai Indians’ right-handed batsman Suryakumar Yadav was a star in IPL 2020. He delivered another good season for the franchise with the bat. There is a huge support for the batsman to get a place in the national team and hopefully, he will get there soon.

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The omission of the right-handed batsman from the Indian squad for the Australia tour is still a talk in the town. There is a lot of support still pouring in for the batsman. The right-handed batsman is delivering for Mumbai Indians continuously in the last three seasons. His consistency will definitely get him a place on the Indian cricket team.

Meanwhile, Mumbai Indians skipper and Indian right-handed batsman Rohit Sharma talked about the conversation he had with Suryakumar Yadav after the latter was omitted for the Australia tour. Rohit said that the youngster came to him and said that he will get over and continue to win matches for Mumbai Indians.

“We were sitting in our team room and I could feel he was dejected. But I didn’t go and speak to him. It was he who came up and said, ‘Don’t worry I will get over it and win the matches for MI’,” Rohit Sharma said. The Indian limited-overs vice-captain is confident that Suryakumar Yadav will soon grab his place in the national team and will be a key international player.

“And when he said that I also realized he is heading in the right direction not only in terms of IPL but in his overall career. There are a lot of Indian games and his time will come. If you ask me, my philosophy is mind over matter and that’s what works for me,” Rohit added.


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