Updated: 12 September 2023
Rohit Gurunath Sharma represents the Indian team in international cricket. He is the present vice-captain for the Indian cricket team in the one-day internationals. He is also the current captain of the Mumbai Indians in the VIVO IPL 2021 (Indian Premier League).
He is a right-handed opening batsman who bowls right-arm off-break occasionally. He holds the record as the only batsman in the world to hit 3 double centuries in ODI cricket.
Because of his aggressive batting style, Rohit has been nicknamed ‘Hitman’.
Rohit Sharma Debut
ODI – vs Ireland – 23 June 2007 – Civil Service Cricket Club
T20 – vs England – Kingsmead – 19 Sep 2007
IPL – vs KKR – Eden Gardens – 20 April 2008
Test – vs West Indies – Eden Gardens- 6 Nov 2013
Rohit Sharma Net Worth – 190- 200 cr (estimated)
Rohit Sharma Stats As A Player:
Rohit Sharma ICC Rankings
Rohit Sharma ICC Ranking in Test – 10
Rohit Sharma ICC Ranking in ODI – —
Rohit Sharma ICC Ranking in T20 –
Rohit Sharma Man of the match awards list:
Rohit Sharma Man Of The Match In Test – 4
Rohit Sharma Man Of The Match In ODI – 22
Rohit Sharma Man Of The Match In World Cup – 5
Rohit Sharma Man Of The Match In T20 – 11
Rohit Sharma Man Of The Match In IPL – 19
Rohit Sharma Man Of The Match In Champions League – 1
Rohit Sharma Man of the series: 9.
Rohit Sharma’s stats as captain in the test:
Team India has played 9 tests under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, team won 5, loss 2 and 2 drawn, and his winning % is 55.55
Rohit Sharma as ODI Caption stats
Rohit Sharma As T20I Captain Stats
Rohit becomes the 1st Indian captain to win a T20 series against South Africa in India.
Rohit Sharma As IPL Captain Stats
Rohit Sharma has proven his mettle as the most successful captain in the Indian Premier League. The hitman Rohit Sharma has led the Mumbai Indians (MI) to victory in the seasons 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020.
He took over the captaincy from Harbhajan Singh in 2013 and immediately tasted success by leading MI to victory beating CSK in the final at the iconic Eden Gardens by 23 runs. From 2013 to 2020, Rohit led Mumbai Indians to 5 titles and made the playoff 6 times in the 8 editions.