Cricket’s Great Divide: Rohit Sharma’s Form Splits Ex-India Stars’ Opinions Ahead of T20 World Cup”

Mumbai Indians‘ star batter Rohit Sharma has hit a rough patch with the bat over the past month. Since his century against arch-rivals Chennai Super Kings seven matches ago, Rohit has registered four single-digit scores, with his highest being 36 against the Punjab Kings. This dip in form has been one of the crucial reasons behind MI’s struggles, as the side became the first to exit the playoff race earlier this week.

Former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan expressed concern about Rohit’s form, stating it, along with Hardik Pandya‘s form, is a big worry for both Mumbai and the Indian team ahead of the T20 World Cup. Pathan wrote on X, “Hardik Pandya and Rohit Sharma’s form is a big worry for Mumbai and Indians. You hope that they come back to form quickly.”

On the other hand, former India fast bowler Varun Aaron offered a contrasting view, suggesting that Rohit has the ability to “flip the switch” when it comes to playing for Team India. Aaron believes Rohit holds his national duty in high regard and has the class to find form quickly. He told ESPNCricinfo, “I don’t think it’s a big worry. Rohit can flip the switch at national duty, he holds it in very high regard. A player of his class, you can easily use the phrase form is temporary, class is permanent. He will find form, he doesn’t have to worry. It’s been a big worry for MI, and that’s why they haven’t qualified, because he’s a big piece of their puzzle. It shouldn’t be a problem for the Indian team.”

With the T20 World Cup approaching, Rohit’s form will be under scrutiny as India aims to end an 11-year ICC title drought. Despite his recent struggles, Rohit remains a key player for both MI and the Indian team, and his return to form will be crucial for their success in upcoming tournaments.

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Mumbai Indians' star batter Rohit Sharma has hit a rough patch with the bat over the past month. Since his century against arch-rivals Chennai Super Kings seven matches ago, Rohit has registered four single-digit scores, with his highest being 36 against the Punjab Kings. This dip in form has been one of the crucial reasons behind MI's struggles, as the side became the first to exit the playoff race earlier this week.

Former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan expressed concern about Rohit's form, stating it, along with Hardik Pandya's form, is a big worry for both Mumbai and the Indian team ahead of the T20 World Cup. Pathan wrote on X, "Hardik Pandya and Rohit Sharma’s form is a big worry for Mumbai and Indians. You hope that they come back to form quickly."

On the other hand, former India fast bowler Varun Aaron offered a contrasting view, suggesting that Rohit has the ability to "flip the switch" when it comes to playing for Team India. Aaron believes Rohit holds his national duty in high regard and has the class to find form quickly. He told ESPNCricinfo, "I don't think it's a big worry. Rohit can flip the switch at national duty, he holds it in very high regard. A player of his class, you can easily use the phrase form is temporary, class is permanent. He will find form, he doesn't have to worry. It's been a big worry for MI, and that's why they haven't qualified, because he's a big piece of their puzzle. It shouldn't be a problem for the Indian team."

With the T20 World Cup approaching, Rohit's form will be under scrutiny as India aims to end an 11-year ICC title drought. Despite his recent struggles, Rohit remains a key player for both MI and the Indian team, and his return to form will be crucial for their success in upcoming tournaments.

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