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Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma November 2016 (cropped).jpg
Rohit Sharma in November 2016
Personal information
Full name Rohit Gurunath Sharma
Born (1987-04-30) 30 April 1987 (age 31)
Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Nickname Hitman, Shaana[1]
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Batting Right-handed
Bowling Right-arm off break
Role Top-order Batsman
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 280) 6 November 2013 v West Indies
Last Test 13 January 2018 v South Africa
ODI debut (cap 168) 23 June 2007 v Ireland
Last ODI 16 February 2018 v South Africa
ODI shirt no. 45 (used 77 in 2012/13)
T20I debut (cap 17) 19 September 2007 v England
Last T20I 18 March 2018 v Bangladesh
T20I shirt no. 45
Domestic team information
Years Team
2006/07–present Mumbai
2008–2010 Deccan Chargers (squad no. 45)
2011–present Mumbai Indians (squad no. 45)
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI T20I FC
Matches 25 180 79 85
Runs scored 1479 6594 1852 6456
Batting average 39.97 44.55 30.87 54.71
100s/50s 3/9 17/34 2/14 20/29
Top score 177 264 118 309*
Balls bowled 334 593 68 2,104
Wickets 2 8 1 24
Bowling average 101.00 64.37 113.00 47.16
5 wickets in innings 0 0 0 0
10 wickets in match 0 n/a n/a 0
Best bowling 1/26 2/27 1/22 4/41
Catches/stumpings 24/– 60/– 26/– 66/–
Source: Cricinfo, 14 March 2018

Rohit Gurunath Sharma (born 30 April 1987) is an Indian international cricketer who is the vice-captain of the India national team in limited-overs formats. He is a right-handed batsman and an occasional right-arm off break bowler who plays for Mumbai in domestic cricket and captains Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League.

Having started his international career at the age of 20, he was introduced by his father, Sharma quickly came to be pegged by many analysts as a permanent fixture in the Indian cricket team in the next decade. He made his ODI debut on 23 June 2007 against Ireland. In 2013, he started playing as an opening batsman for India ODI team and performed consistently. He scored consecutive centuries in his first two Test matches against the West Indies in November 2013, scoring 177 at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on debut, followed by a score of 111* in the next Test at the Wankhede Stadium in India.[2][3] He played 108 ODIs before playing his maiden Test.[4]

On 13 November 2014, Rohit Sharma scored 264 against Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens, Kolkata, which is the highest individual score in ODIs. He has also scored 106 against South Africa in Twenty20 Internationals and became the second Indian to score a century in all three formats. He then became the only player in the world to score three double hundreds in ODIs. Rohit Sharma is the first skipper to lead his team to the IPL title thrice. As per Forbes India 2015 Top 100 celebrities in India, Sharma is listed 8th in terms of fame, 46th in terms of income and 12th overall.[5]

Early life

Sharma was born on 30 April 1987 in Bansod, Nagpur, Maharashtra. His mother Purnima Sharma comes from Visakhapatnam.[6] His father Gurunath Sharma worked as a caretaker of a transport firm storehouse. Sharma was raised by his grandparents and uncles in Borivali because of his father's low income.[7] He would visit his parents, who lived in a single-room house in Dombivli,[8] only during weekends.[7] He has an elder brother, Vishal Sharma.[8]

Sharma joined a cricket camp in 1999 with his uncle's money. His coach at the camp was Dinesh Lad who asked him to change his school to Swami Vivekanand International School, where Lad was the coach and which had better cricket facilities. Sharma recollects, "I told him I couldn't afford it, but he got me a scholarship. So for four years I didn't pay a penny, and did well in my cricket."[7] Sharma started as an off-spinner who could bat a bit before Lad noticed Sharma's batting abilities and promoted him from number eight to open the innings. He excelled in the Harris and Giles Shield school cricket tournaments, scoring a century on debut as an opener.[9]

Playing career


Rohit Sharma made his List A debut for West Zone against Central Zone in the Deodhar Trophy in March 2005;, at Gwalior.[10] It was his unbeaten innings of 142 in 123 balls against North Zone at Udaipur in the same tournament,[11] that brought him into the limelight.[12] Performances for the India A sides in Abu Dhabi and Australia followed, leading to him being selected for the 30 member probables list for the Champions Trophy,[12] although he did not make the final squad. This was before he had made his Ranji Trophy debut.[12] He was also selected for the NKP Salve Challenger Trophy.

Sharma at fielding practice.

Sharma made his First-class debut for India A against New Zealand A, at Darwin in July 2006.[13] He made his Ranji Trophy debut for his First-class side Mumbai in the 2006/2007 season. Though he was unable to contribute much in the initial matches,[14] he scored 205 off 267 balls in the match against Gujarat.[14] Mumbai went on to win the tournament with Sharma scoring a half-century in the final against Bengal.[15]

In October 2013, upon the retirement of Ajit Agarkar, and owing to a successful captaincy stint in the IPL for Mumbai Indians, where he helped to win the IPL as well as the Champions League T20, Sharma was appointed as the captain of the Mumbai Ranji team for the 2013–14 season.[16]


Rohit Sharma was first selected for the limited-overs matches on India's tour to Ireland in 2007. He made his One Day International debut against Ireland at Belfast, although he did not bat in the match.[17]

Rohit Sharma eventually made his mark on the international stage on 20 September 2007, when he led India to victory by scoring an unbeaten 50 (which came off 40 deliveries) against South Africa in the 2007 ICC World Twenty20.[18] The win reserved India a berth in the semifinals of the tournament. At one stage India were 61–4, but his partnership of 85 runs with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni helped India to post a total of 153/5.[18] He was eventually declared Man of the Match.[18] Sharma then proceeded to score 30 runs off 16 balls in the final against Pakistan.[19]

Rohit Sharma scored his maiden ODI half-century against Pakistan, at Jaipur on 18 November 2007.[20] and was selected as part of India's 16-man squad for the 2007–08 Commonwealth Bank Series in Australia.[21] Here, he scored 235 runs at an average of 33.57 with 2 fifties,[22] including his score of 66 in the 1st final at Sydney[23] partnering Sachin Tendulkar for most of India's successful run chase.

However, his ODI performances suffered a downturn after this and his middle-order position was taken over by Suresh Raina, and eventually, Virat Kohli took his position as the reserve batsman.[24]

In December 2009, he scored a triple century in the Ranji Trophy[25] and was recalled to the ODI team for the tri-nations tournament in Bangladesh as Tendulkar opted to rest in the series.[26] However, Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina were selected ahead of him in the playing eleven, and he did not play in any of India's five matches.

Rohit Sharma was called to the Indian Test team in February 2010[citation needed] as the only reserve batsman. When V. V. S. Laxman failed to recover from an injury, Sharma was set to make his debut but injured himself playing football in the warm-up on the first morning of the match. It was too late to bring in a replacement batsman, so the reserve wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha had to play as a specialist batsman. Since then Suresh Raina, Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli overtook him and made their Test debuts in the middle order.

He scored his maiden ODI century (114) against Zimbabwe on 28 May 2010. He followed it up with another century in the next match of the tri-series against Sri Lanka on 30 May 2010 by scoring 101 not out.[27][28]

Following the poor form in South Africa series held just before the World Cup, he was dropped from the Indian squad for 2011 World Cup.[29]

He was selected for the West Indies tour of 2011 after the IPL in a squad where senior batsmen such as Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and skipper MS Dhoni were rested, and Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir were out to injuries.[30] The side was captained by Suresh Raina with Harbhajan Singh as his deputy. He contributed 26 off 23 balls with two sixes in the only T20I at Queen's Park Oval and strung a 71-run partnership with Subramaniam Badrinath leading to an Indian victory.[citation needed]

In the ODI series that followed, he carried on with his good form. The first ODI was also played at Queen's Park Oval. Rohit was elected the man of the match for his 68 not out off 75 balls with three fours and a six.[31] In the third ODI played at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua; Sharma scored a matching-winning 86 off 91 balls. Rohit along with Harbhajan Singh got India out of trouble to win the match after they were reduced to 92 for 6.[32] He was widely appraised for his calm and matured performance. Sharma won his first Man of the Series award for excellent batting performance throughout the ODI series.[33] His good form continued as he bagged another Man of the series award against West Indies again but this time on Indian soil.[34] He was part of the squad selected to play in the Australian series.

In 2013, he was promoted as the new opening batsman for India along with Shikhar Dhawan for the Champions Trophy.[35] The successful starts achieved by this opening pair helped India win the Champions Trophy and Tri-nation series in the West Indies. His good form continued in the home series against Australia when he scored a 141 not out in Jaipur and 209 runs off 158 balls, in Bangalore and with 16 sixes, he broke the world record for most sixes hit in an ODI inning.

Sharma during the 2015 Cricket World Cup in Australia.

In November 2013, during Sachin Tendulkar's farewell Test series, Sharma made his Test debut at Eden Gardens in Kolkata against the West Indies. He scored a 177 which was the second-best score on debut by an Indian behind Shikhar Dhawan. Sharma became one of the few Indian players who scored a century on Test debut. He followed it up with a 111 not out at his home ground at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai becoming the third Indian cricketer to score back-to-back centuries in the first two tests—a feat which was achieved by Sourav Ganguly in 1996 in England and Mohammad Azharuddin in 1984, who scored centuries in his first three tests.

In 2014, he became the first person to score more than 250 runs in One-Day international cricket. He scored 264 against Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata. With this innings, he became the first player to score two double hundred in ODIs. His innings of 264 is the highest score by a batsman in an ODI, surpassing 219 by Virender Sehwag.[36][37][38]

On 2 October 2015, in South Africa's tour of India, Sharma scored 106 in the first T20I at HPCA Stadium, Dharamshala. With that, he became the second Indian cricketer to have scored centuries in all formats of the game. On 11 October, in the first ODI of the tour, he scored 150 off 133 balls, in a losing cause while chasing South Africa's total of 303. In the 2015–16 tour of Australia, he scored two consecutive hundreds in the ODI series and a 99 in the final game.[39] Having scored 441 runs in five games, he was the top-scorer and was named the Man-of-the-Series.[40] On 13 December 2017 in Mohali in India, Rohit Sharma hit his third double century of 208 runs not out as a captain. This was also special as this was his anniversary.

On 22 December 2017, Sharma equalled the world record by scoring the joint-fastest century off 35 balls in Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka at Holkar Stadium, Indore.[41] His ODI stats improved dramatically since moving up to an opener in ODIs.[42]


In December 2017, India captain Virat Kohli was rested for the ODIs and T20I against Sri Lanka, in preparation for India's tour to South Africa at the end of the year. As a result, Rohit was named the Indian captain for the first time in his career.[43][44] India won the ODI series 2–1, their eighth consecutive series win since beating Zimbabwe in June 2016.[45] India won the T20I series 3–0.[46] Rohit Sharma was selected to lead India for the Nidahas Trophy in March 2018 as Virat Kohli was resting.[47]

Indian Premier League

Rohit Sharma is one of the most successful players in Indian Premier League (IPL) and has the unique record of finishing the match by scoring a last-ball six. He has one century and a hat-trick to his name. He is also one of the few players to score more than 4000 runs in the IPL.

Sharma was signed up by the Deccan Chargers franchise for a sum of US$750,000 a year in 2008.[48] He was one of the leading run scorers in the 2008 IPL season with 404 runs at an average of 36.72.[49] He also held the coveted Orange Cap for a brief period.

In the 2009 season, he was appointed as the vice-captain of the Deccan Chargers. In a match against Kolkata Knight Riders where 21 was required off the last over, Sharma scored 26 off the over from Mashrafe Mortaza to seal a win. He was the fifth bowler to take an IPL hat-trick[50]

In the 2011 auction, he was sold for US$2 million to the Mumbai Indians.[51]

Rohit scored his first IPL century against the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2012, getting 109* in 60 balls. He was also declared the Man of the Match.

He was promoted as the permanent captain of the Mumbai Indians in 2013, as Ricky Ponting was benched due to poor form. Mumbai Indians won the IPL title for the first time, under his captaincy. It was a terrific season for him as a captain as his team went on to win the Champions League T20 as well.

In 2015, he led Mumbai Indians to win the IPL title yet again by beating Chennai Super Kings with a margin of 41 runs in the final. He also won the Man of The Match award in the finals.

In 2017, the Mumbai Indians finished at the top of the table and also went on to win the final under his captaincy. He is the only skipper to have led his team to win the IPL three times.[42]

International centuries

Sharma has scored three Test, seventeen ODI, and two T20I centuries. He is the only player to score three double centuries in ODIs.


  • On 2 October 2015, Sharma became the second Indian to make a century in T20I cricket, thus becoming the highest scorer in a single T20I innings for India. He scored 106 off 66 balls. This record was broken when K. L. Rahul scored 110* against West Indies on 27 August 2016. Sharma reclaim it on 22 December 2017 by scoring 118.[52] Sharma became the second Indian after Suresh Raina to have scored a century each in each of the three forms of International Cricket.
  • On 13 November 2014, Sharma became the highest individual ODI scorer with 264 runs against Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata. He also became the only player to hit three double hundreds in ODI[36] cricket match
  • Sharma broke the record set by Shane Watson for Most runs from fours and sixes in an innings by scoring 186 runs in boundaries[53]
  • With 33 fours, Sharma hit the most number of fours in an ODI innings.[54]
  • On 11 October 2015, he scored 150 in Kanpur against South Africa, making it the highest ODI score in Kanpur
  • Sharma has the highest number of sixes, 16, in an ODI innings.[55]
  • A hat-trick in the Indian Premier League[50]
  • On 12 January 2016, Sharma scored 171* against Australia in a one-day international between India and Australia at Perth. This is the highest score by a visiting batsman against Australia in Australia. The previous top score against Australia in Australia was Viv Richards' 153 not out at the MCG in 1979–80.[56]
  • On 13 December 2017, Rohit scored 208* against Sri Lanka to register his 3rd ODI double-century of his career, becoming the only batsman to score three double centuries in ODI history.
  • On 22 December 2017, against Sri Lanka, Rohit scored his 2nd T20I century of his career and the joint fastest century with David Miller in T20 International cricket (35 balls).[57]
  • He became only the fifth player to score 2 international T20I centuries after Brendon McCullum, Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis and Colin Munro. His knock of 118 was also the highest individual score by an Indian cricketer in T20Is.
  • With 66 sixes, Sharma hit the most number of the sixes in a year (2017).[58]
  • 91.52 - Percentage of runs scored in boundaries by Rohit - 108 out of 118. This is the highest for any T20I innings of 30 or more balls. The previous highest was 88.52% by Paul Stirling against Canada in 2012, when he hit 54 out of 61 runs in boundaries.[59]
  • He is the highest scorer in odi in 2017 with his knock of 208*.[60]
  • He is the highest scorer for India in Odis in 2017 with his knock of 208*[60]
  • He is the highest scorer for India in Odis in 2016 with his knock of 171*[61]
  • He is the highest scorer for India in Odis in 2015 with his knock of 150.[62]
  • He is the highest scorer in odi in 2014 with his knock of 264.[63]
  • He is the highest scorer for India in Odis in 2014 with his knock of 264.[63]
  • He is the highest scorer in odi in 2013 with his knock of 209.[64]
  • He is the highest scorer for India in Odis in 2013 with his knock of 209.[64]
  • He is the second highest scorer in T20I in 2017 with his knock of 118.[65]
  • He is the highest scorer in T20I for India in 2017 with his knock of 118.[65]
  • He is the third highest scorer in T20I in 2015 with his knock of 106.[66]
  • He is the highest scorer in T20I for India in 2015 with his knock of 106.[66]
  • He had scored the most number of sixes i.e. 10 by an Indian batsman in T20Is.[67]
  • He holds the record for hitting most number of sixes by an Indian batsman in T20Is i.e. 10 in an innings.[67]
  • He also holds the record for hitting most number of fours by an Indian batsman in T20Is i.e. 12 in an innings, he did it twice.[68]
  • With his knock of 208 in Mohali, Rohit also became the 3rd player to score the most number of 150s in ODI cricket drawing level with Sachin Tendulkar and David Warner. Previously, Sachin Tendulkar was the only player to have scored most number of 150s in ODIs having scored five.[69]
  • Only IPL captain to win three IPL titles.[69]
  • First person to score a century in all formats of the game in a single tour.[70]
  • Most sixes for India in T20Is.[71]


Personal life

Sharma and Ritika Sajdeh during their wedding event

In April 2015, Sharma got engaged to his good friend and manager, Ritika Sajdeh. They got married on 13 December 2015.[75]


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  • Rohit Sharma at Wisden India
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