Rohit Sharma celebrates his 35th birthday, wishes poured in on the Swadesh app Koo

New Delhi: Team India's full-time captain Rohit Sharma celebrates his 35th birthday today. Rohit has made many such records during his 15-year international career, almost impossible to make. The only batsman in the world to score three double centuries in ODI cricket was born on April 30, 1987, in Nagpur district of Maharashtra. As soon as MS Dhoni made him an opener in 2013, his career graph grew to such an extent that he did not look back and has currently become the captain of all three formats of the team.


Rohit on Saturday on the indigenous social media platform, Koo App.. red. Along with the noise, other cricketers are also celebrating his birthday.  

Former cricketer Pragyan Ojha wishes Rohit Sharma all the best in his post and says:

Happy birthday, man, keep growing!  

Sports content professional Gaurav Kalra while wishing Rohit on his birthday through Koo, says:
Rohit Sharma turns 35 today. There is no doubt that he has been a great player for the last decade, he scored a lot of runs and did that with class. As India's captain of all formats, here's hoping he has a great year!


Another cricketer Avinash Koo in the post says:

Happy Birthday, Hitman... Keep entertaining us with your skills.


Indian woman cricketer Neha Tanwar says in her post on the Koo app:

Wishing a rare mix of class and mass with magnificence, #RohitSharma with strokeplay and destructive potential #HappyBirthday


The other Indian women's cricketer Nikita Bhuva has congratulated her, saying:

Wishing the world's greatest batsman #Rohit_sharma a very happy birthday
 You have made the whole of India proud many times with your brilliant batting and brilliant captaincy.
 All the best for the future, God Blaise You Row ❤️!!


Cricket fan Johannes Baini has also congratulated Rohit Sharma, through Koo he says:

Happy Birthday @ImRo45 - One of the greats of this generation, dominating the white-ball format as a famous batsman, showed his determination and skill in the longer format, 5 centuries in the 2019 ODI World Cup, 5-time IPL-winning captain, Asia Cup-winning captain. #HappyBirthdayRohit 


Rohit Sharma, who captained the Indian team in all three formats at this time, was batting in the lower order when his skills were recognised by former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Thus Dhoni changed Rohit's fate because, in the 2013 Champions Trophy, Rohit Sharma was asked by Dhoni to play as an opener. Since then, Rohit Sharma has not looked back and has become a hitman.

However, in the year 2007, Rohit Sharma made his debut in international cricket and started playing for the country. But Rohit Sharma was not selected for the 2011 world cup, while Virat Kohli, who came to international cricket after him, got a place in the final fifty. At that time, Rohit was also disappointed, but in the 2019 World Cup, he amazed everyone by creating a world record.

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