The Coronavirus Pandemic has led the cricket world to come to a standstill but India’s Opener batsman Rohit Sharma is still hoping that the BCCI & Cricket Australia will definitely find a solution for the four-match test series to be conducted whenever sports resumes from the critical pandemic.
India’s limited over Vice-Captain Sharma said that he enjoys playing against Australia in their home town and does not want to miss the opportunity to play later this year. He is hoping that the BCCI & Cricket Australia will find a solution for the four-match test series to be conducted whenever sports resumed under the COVID-19 Pandemic. However, there is less possibility for the start of the series due to the travel restrictions across the globe due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. During the 2018-2019 series, India outstandingly managed to defeat Australia for the first time in a Test series. Australia’s Squad were playing without their Star Players David Warner & Steve Smith so the defeat was natural for them but this time, the series would be a mouth-watering prospect.
“I love playing against team Australia when we won the series the last time we toured Australia it was a very big achievement for us. Obviously, you were not in the squad at that time but we are looking for the series against Australia definitely this year. I wish both the BCCI & CA discuss & find out a way to get the series underway. It would definitely a great series for the people to watch & it would be a good way to kick off cricket in the world”, the right-handed batsman said Warner during an Instagram live session.
The 33-year-old still believes that the lucrative IPL league will take place which was scheduled to start from March 29 but got postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19. “IPL may happen but I don’t know the exact month & date when it would commence. I am really looking forward to the Australian tour. We love coming to Australia & playing against you guys. Once we arrive in Australia nothing is easy & it is one of my favorite places in the world”, Rohit said.
All the sporting events across the globe have either been postponed or canceled due to the continuous rise in the COVID-19 cases.