The Indian batting sensation Rohit Sharma is evolving as the batsman of the generation with his ruthless performances. The right-handed batsman recently smashed a double-ton against South Africa during the 3rd Test match at Ranchi. Rohit played an innings of 212 runs which included 28 boundaries and 6 maximums.
The format, which was previously out of Rohit’s comfort zone, has now settled into his domain. Known for his dominance in the limited-overs, the right-handed batsman has found his mojo in the Test arena during the ongoing series at home.
Rohit also scored two back-to-back centuries during the 1st Test match at the Visakhapatnam. The Hitman holds the record of the most double centuries in the ODI cricket. Adding to his inventory, Rohit also holds the record of the highest individual score in the ODI cricket.
These incredible performances have put forth debate about whether Rohit Sharma is the batsman of generation or not. Rohit has become an unstoppable player at the top-order of the Indian cricket team. His stats surely advocate him as one of the best batsmen in the modern-day cricket.