Sanjay Manjrekar Praises Rohit Sharma’s Leadership for Creating a Secure Environment in Team India

Former cricketer and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar has lauded the leadership style of Team India captain Rohit Sharma, highlighting his ability to make those around him feel comfortable. Manjrekar emphasized that Sharma’s secure demeanor is one of his most commendable qualities.

Manjrekar said

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In a conversation with journalist Vimal Kumar on YouTube, Manjrekar expressed his thoughts:

“Players feel comfortable around Rohit Sharma. Yes, they would respect him as a captain and a player, but it might not be very formal. The best thing about Rohit Sharma is that he is very secure. You never feel like he is trying to project an image of himself. Very few public figures are secure, and Rohit is one of them.”

Manjrekar’s praise comes in the wake of India’s impressive performance in the recently concluded Asia Cup 2023. Team India secured a convincing 10-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the final, clinching the continental tournament title.

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Manjrekar also noted a positive change in the environment within the Indian cricket team. He highlighted the camaraderie and mutual respect among the players, a stark contrast to his playing days when most cricketers were solely focused on safeguarding their positions.

He commented:

“The environment within the Indian team has changed. There is a positive culture now. We saw how KL Rahul reacted when Kuldeep Yadav took a wicket after his suggestion. Similarly, when Axar Patel was batting, everyone was very happy to see him do well. There is professional respect among each other.

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“There is a kind of understanding. This is very important because when we played, there wasn’t such an environment, and everyone played for their survival. From the visuals that I have seen, it seems as if these players genuinely enjoy each other’s success. There is mutual respect, as they have all been through the same things.”

As Team India prepares for the upcoming three-match home ODI series against Australia, fans will be eager to see how Rohit Sharma’s leadership and the positive team culture contribute to their performance on the field. The first match of the series is scheduled to take place at the Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali on September 22.

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Former cricketer and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar has lauded the leadership style of Team India captain Rohit Sharma, highlighting his ability to make those around him feel comfortable. Manjrekar emphasized that Sharma's secure demeanor is one of his most commendable qualities.

Manjrekar said

In a conversation with journalist Vimal Kumar on YouTube, Manjrekar expressed his thoughts:

"Players feel comfortable around Rohit Sharma. Yes, they would respect him as a captain and a player, but it might not be very formal. The best thing about Rohit Sharma is that he is very secure. You never feel like he is trying to project an image of himself. Very few public figures are secure, and Rohit is one of them."

Manjrekar's praise comes in the wake of India's impressive performance in the recently concluded Asia Cup 2023. Team India secured a convincing 10-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the final, clinching the continental tournament title.

Manjrekar also noted a positive change in the environment within the Indian cricket team. He highlighted the camaraderie and mutual respect among the players, a stark contrast to his playing days when most cricketers were solely focused on safeguarding their positions.

He commented:

"The environment within the Indian team has changed. There is a positive culture now. We saw how KL Rahul reacted when Kuldeep Yadav took a wicket after his suggestion. Similarly, when Axar Patel was batting, everyone was very happy to see him do well. There is professional respect among each other.

"There is a kind of understanding. This is very important because when we played, there wasn't such an environment, and everyone played for their survival. From the visuals that I have seen, it seems as if these players genuinely enjoy each other's success. There is mutual respect, as they have all been through the same things."

As Team India prepares for the upcoming three-match home ODI series against Australia, fans will be eager to see how Rohit Sharma's leadership and the positive team culture contribute to their performance on the field. The first match of the series is scheduled to take place at the Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali on September 22.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram