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Rohit wants Pant to babysit his daughter

Indian right-handed batsman Rohit Sharma has invited his teammate Rishabh Pant to babysit his new born daughter.

Rohit with his family

Following the banter with Tim Paine during the Boxing Day Test in the field, Rishabh Pant made a happy ending to the banter by taking some photos with Tim Paine’s family during the New Year party hosted by Australian prime minister.

Bonnie Maggs has also made a story in her Instagram account quoting the Indian wicket-keeper as the ‘best babysitter’ . This light moments have put a full stop to the banter between both players.

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There on Rishabh Pant is known as a babysitter in social media and fans are going crazy on the matter. To add a flavor into this, Indian right-handed batsman Rohit Sharma has invited Pant to babysit his daughter Samira.

Rohit and Ritika were blessed with a girl child on December 30th. As a result, Rohit Sharma came all the way from Australia to see the mother and daughter. Recently he revealed the pictures of his daughter and announced that his little princess is named as Samira.

Now with three days to go for the ODI series against Australia, Rohit Sharma has returned to Australia and joined with his teammates in training camps. At the same time, Rishabh Pant has returned to India after the Test series as he is rested for the ODI series against Australia and New Zealand.

Rohit Sharma has made some fun on Rishabh Pant as he returned to India. Rohit Sharma has invited the gloveman to babysit his daughter as Hitman posted a post in his social media accounts. This post is going viral now among the fans and they are making some fun of these two players.

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