Rohit Sharma feels Tilak Varma is going to be an all-format player for India

Tilak Varma is the leading run-scorer for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2022 season

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Mumbai Indians are the most successful franchise in the history of the Indian Premier League. Rohit Sharma and Co dominated the competition through and through. They have won as many as five titles so far in their journey.
Rohit Sharma feels Tilak Varma is going to be an all-format player for IndiaHowever, they failed to bring the best out of themselves in the ongoing season. They are currently languishing at the bottom of the points table. Moreover, they were already out of the race for the playoffs. 
During their recent meeting against CSK, they were quite clinical across all aspects of the game. Rohit and Co won the game by 5 wickets and also buried CSK's hopes. After the game, Rohit showered his praise on Tilak Varma. 

Rohit Sharma heaps praise on Tilak Varma

The southpaw is the leading run-scorer for MI this season. He has accumulated 368 runs in 12 games at an average of 40. Notably, he has scored 2 half-centuries to his name. Rohit was very much impressed with the way Tilak went about his business.
According to Rohit, Tilak is going to be an all-format player for the Indian national cricket team in the near future. The Indian captain further added that the youngster has got the technique and temperament in his resume. 
“He (Tilak) has been brilliant, playing for the first year, having such a calm head is never easy. I feel he’s going to be an all-format player for India pretty soon. He’s got the technique and temperament. A lot of things are looking bright for him. And there’s hunger as well,” stated MI captain after the game against CSK.
Talking about how the game went, Rohit said, "Looking at how the pitch was playing and to lose wickets upfront, there were tense moments in the middle. It was just about keeping calm and getting the job done. After losing those wickets at the start, we were a little calm and got the job done in the end.
"We have played a lot of cricket here. On so many occasions, we've had pitches like this. It's nice to get bowlers into the game as well at times. It's been batting-friendly pitches all over, it was good to see bounce and swing from both sides which was good to watch," he said at the post-match presentation.