"Rohit G Sharma- The Master of the Cricketing Symphony"

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Born on April 30, 1987, Rohit G. Sharma is an Indian international cricket player who leads the team in all formats. His batsmanship is right-handed. Rohit, who is regarded as one of the best batsmen of his generation and among the all-time great opening hitters, is renowned for his poise, leadership qualities, timing, and ability to hit a six. Rohit has several batting records in One-Day International cricket, including the most double hundreds.
Rohit actively supports animal welfare projects outside of the game of cricket. In addition to being a member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), he serves as the official rhino ambassador for WWF-India. He has contributed to PETA's effort to bring attention to the suffering of India's homeless dogs and cats.

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Early Life: -

Andhra Pradesh is the home of his mother, Purnima Sharma, from Visakhapatnam. Gurunath Sharma, his father, was a warehouse attendant for a transport firm. Because of his father's limited income, Rohit was brought up in Borivali by his grandparents and uncles. He would go to his parents only on weekends, who were housed in a one-room hut in Dombivli. Vishal Sharma is his younger brother. Telugu is his mother tongue.

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Rohit Sharma's , Ritika Sajdeh Personal Life:-

Rohit married his longtime girlfriend, Ritika Sajdeh on 13 December 2015. They have one child, a girl born in 2018.

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Rohit Sharma career:-

In March 2005, Rohit played his first List A match for West Zone versus Central Zone at the Deodhar Trophy in Gwalior. In July 2006, Sharma made his India A first-class debut at Darwin against New Zealand A. All of Rohit's first-class domestic career has been spent in Mumbai. He achieved his greatest career score of 309 not out against Gujarat in the Ranji Trophy in December 2009. Ajit Agarkar retired in October 2013, and he was named team captain in time for the 2013–14 campaign. When Sharma made his Test debut against the West Indies at Eden Gardens in Kolkata in November 2013, it was during Sachin Tendulkar's farewell series. He hit 177, which was second only to Shikhar Dhawan's (187) greatest debut score for an Indian.

Sharma, who had not played for the Test team since 2017–18, was called up for a recall earlier in the year and embarked on the 2018–19 Australian tour. Chief selector M. S. K. Prasad explained that his natural style of play fits the bounce of the Australian pitches, which is why he was called back. During the 2020 Test series in Australia, he was named vice-captain of the Indian squad, taking Cheteshwar Pujara's place. He went on to achieve the milestone of 3,000 runs in Test cricket and score his maiden overseas Test century on September 4, 2021, at The Oval, with an innings of 127 against England.

In February 2022, Rohit took over as captain of the Indian Test team, replacing Virat Kohli, in advance of a two-match series against Sri Lanka. His leadership was commended by Sunil Gavaskar, and the head of India's selectors, Chetan Sharma, stated: "We will groom future captains under him. "When the Hyderabad-based Deccan Chargers recruited Rohit in 2008 for a reported US$750,000 per year, he entered the Indian Premier League (IPL). He was purchased by the Mumbai Indians for US$2 million at the 2011 auction. In the 2012 competition, he hit 109 (not out) against the Kolkata Knight Riders to record his lone IPL century.[93] Mumbai triumphed in the IPL in 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020 when he was in charge. In addition, they won the Champions League Twenty20 tournament in 2013. Rohit can bowl right arm off spin even though he is not a regular bowler. He has stated that he works extremely hard to develop this aspect of his game, which is why he typically fields in the slips.

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Rohit Sharma Achievements & Awards:-:-

owned the global title for the highest individual score in a one-day international match on November 13, 2014, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, with an incredible 264 against Sri Lanka. In this type of international cricket, he is the only player with three double-hundreds. The International Cricket Council (ICC) named Sharma the ODI Player of the Year in January 2020.

Sharma made cricket history in 2019 by being the only batsman to achieve five hundred in a single World Cup. In the 2023 Cricket World Cup match against Afghanistan, on October 11, 2023, Sharma accomplished a historic milestone when he broke Chris Gayle's previous record for the most international sixes (553). With his 556 sixes, he broke Gayle's record. This was made possible by his consistent, forceful, and graceful batting strategy. As the first Indian player to reach 300 sixes in a 50-over match, Sharma made history on October 14, 2023, in the cricket world. This accomplishment took place at Narendra Modi Stadium during the much-awaited India-Pakistan game.

⏩ The Arjuna Award for 2015.

⏩ Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna, 2020

⏩ 2019's ICC Men's ODI Cricket Player of the Year

⏩ ICC Men's ODI Team of the Year-

⏩ The 2014 (12th man), 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2023 (captain).

⏩ 2011–2020 ICC Men's ODI Team of the Decade

⏩ 2011–2020 ICC Men's T20I Team of the Decade

⏩ ICC Men's Test Team of the Year: 2021 Sharma was named one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in the 2022 edition of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack following India's tour of England in 2021.

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