Rohit Sharma is one of the most fascinating stories of the cricketing world. While he initially struggled to make a statement by batting in the middle-order for India, the move of him opening the innings for the men in blue changed his career. It is evident from his sparkling numbers as the aggressive batsman averages 46.54 in 32 Tests, 49.27 in 224 ODIs and 32.62 in 108 T20Is.
Recently, the former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh visited the prowess of the top-order batsman by comparing him with Pakistani legend Inzamam-ul-Haq during his early days. The celebrated all-rounder said that Rohit’s early days reminded him of Pakistan captain because the right-hander always had a lot of time to play the ball like Inzamam.
Not only that, Rohit’s elegance and ability to clear the ropes at will also attracted a lot of attention. Yuvraj also believes that the 32-year old cricketer is one of the finest batting talents produced by the Indian soil.