There is a piece of big news about Team India captain Rohit Sharma. In fact, in the past against Leicestershire, we all saw that Rohit Sharma came out to bat on the first day, although he did not look in the second innings. After this happened, all sorts of things came out about him, however, now the correct information has been received. In fact, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has made it clear why he did not come out to bat in the warm-up match. In fact, the captain of the team Rohit Sharma has been found to be corona infected.
Yes, it is being told that Rohit Sharma's health was bad and in such a situation, he could not bat. According to reports, he underwent a rapid antigen test on Saturday, June 25, in which he has been found positive. It is being told that Rohit is currently under the supervision of the BCCI's medical team. By the way, this time Rohit, who is going to captain the Test abroad for the first time, has been kept in isolation in the team hotel. In fact, the BCCI has issued a press release saying, "Team India captain Rohit Sharma has tested positive for COVID-19 in the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) conducted on Saturday. He is currently in isolation at the team hotel and is under the supervision of the BCCI medical team. An RT-PCR test will be conducted on Sunday to ascertain their CT value."
By the way, if Rohit Sharma's RT-PCR test report also comes positive, then it can prove to be a big blow for Team India, as he can be out of the Test match from July 1. Yes and we all know that it will take him at least a week to recover from the corona infection and in such a situation, he will not be available for the remaining match of the five-match Test series.