Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma on Saturday said that the IPL was a perfect tournament to test himself before the World Cup while pausing the debate about workload management before the World Cup. Before the IPL final on Sunday, Rohit said that he had left the decision about his players during the two-month long T20 league
Mumbai press coach Mahela Jayawardene was also present in this press conference with the Indian vice-captain. Rohit said, “We had said before the start of the tournament we will assess the player and during the tournament, we will see how they are feeling. This is a private matter and players can make a better decision for themselves.,”
Rohit Sharma further added, “As if looking at Jaspreet’s case, he wants to play the match so he can know his rhythm.” Rohit said that we had told Bumrah, whenever he needed rest he could take it. Our physio kept a close eye on them. With this, Bumrah also received constant feedback. So there was no problem with anyone like Hardik or Jaspreet. Rohit said that the players themselves played.
The IPL has given Hardik Pandya the chance to come to the Form before the World Cup starting May 30. Rohit said, ‘His form is very important, they are playing well. Whoever performs well in the IPL before going to big tournaments like the World Cup, it has a positive effect on his confidence. To get the form, IPL is a superb tournament.
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