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Rohit’s response to the question about Kashmir, which was not asked by him, was “You didn’t ask about Jadeja?”

The Caribbean tour of the ICC World Cup is approaching fast, and Rohit Sharma’s Team India is struggling to prepare for it. The team, under the guidance of Rahul Dravid, is also auditioning young players and other lower-level players for their white-ball leg of this year’S series decider against the West Indies. Rohits was asked about Virat Kohli’ absence from the current West Indian series during a media interaction(ANI) earlier this week.

The Men In Blue have a limited number of matches left, and Kohli and Rohit are both absent from the five-match T20I series. Rohits, who arrived in Mumbai for India’s T19I Series against the West Indies, were present at upcoming La Liga event where the veteran batter discussed the World Cup. The Indian captain admitted that the No. 4 slot is causing problems for Team India as they prepare for the Asia Cup and World Championship tournament.

‘No one has gained more knowledge than Yuvraj Singh,’ according to Rohit Sharma’s candid admission on India’S Achilles heel before the Asia Cup.

Rohit highlighted the significance of resting India’s experienced campaigners in bilateral series for the World Cup during the special call. When asked about India playing a second-string team against the West Indies, Rohi issued an unusual statement to explain why the veteran players (him and Kohli) are not available for this T20I series.

You didn’t inquire about Jadeja’s availability for T20I matches.

The T20 World Cup was not a factor for us in the past, as we are now playing the ODI World Cricket tournament.

‘I have never been able to win an ODI World Cup.’

Kohli and Rohit, the run-in captain, have not featured in a T20I match for India since the 2022 World Cup semi-final against England. Kohler expressed his desire to end India’s ICC trophy drought in the upcoming World Bowl. India won the 2013 ODI while being reigned world champions when the Asian giants hosted the 50-over tournament in 2011.

“I have never been able to win a (50 overs) World Cup, but winning makes me very happy,” Rohit said.

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