Rohit Sharma :

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Rohit Gurunath Sharma: is an Indian international cricketer and the current captain of India men’s cricket team in all formats. Considered one of the best batsmen of his generation and one of greatest opening batters of all time, Sharma is known for his timing, elegance, six-hitting abilities and
Born: 30 April 1987 (age 36 years), Nagpur
Spouse: Ritika Sajdeh (m. 2015)
Dates joined: 2011 (Mumbai Indians), MORE
Height: 1.7 m
Parents: Gurunath Sharma, Purnima Sharma
Marriage location: Bandra West, Mumbai
Siblings: Vishal Sharma

Rohit Sharma

In the realm of cricket, Rohit Sharma has established himself as a symbol of triumph. This 30-year-old individual hailing from Nagpur, who, due to his passion for the sport and his family’s financial struggles, was unable to be raised by his parents, has now ascended to the ranks of India’s top 100 celebrities in terms of income, fame, and achievement.

He transitioned from being a typical middle-order batsman for the Indian cricket team to demolishing numerous international batting records. Rohit was persuaded by his aunts and friends to join a local cricket academy in 1999, with each person contributing Rs 50. This necessitated Rohit waking up early in the morning for practice sessions.

Initially, he specialized in off-spin bowling, but Dinesh Sad, the coach at the academy, convinced Rohit to transfer to Swami Vivekananda International School (SVIS) by emphasizing the institution’s exceptional training facilities. Rohit hesitated to join SVIS due to the associated costs.

However, Dinesh arranged a scholarship for Rohit, guaranteeing him a stress-free education for the next four years. Recognizing Rohit’s potential in batting, Dinesh also encouraged him to focus on honing his skills in that area. Rohit Sharma’s unwavering determination and passion for the game are unparalleled, serving as an inspiration to cricket enthusiasts across the nation.

From being an individual who lacked the means to receive proper training, Rohit Sharma has evolved into one of the Indian team’s most valuable batsmen. His unparalleled determination and profound love for the sport make him an inspiration to cricket aficionados throughout the country.

Who named Rohit Sharma as Hitman?

Now Rohit made a big disclosure that who named him ‘Hitman’. In an interview to India Today, Rohit said, ‘Ravi Shastri and a crew member PD gave me this name. He called me Hitman after a match because I played on the side of Hitman and hit comes after cry in my name.

Rohit Sharma’s Wife :

On December 13, 2015, Rohit Sharma married his longtime girlfriend Ritika Sajdeh after six years of dating. Before her marriage, Sajdeh was active in her cousin Bunty Sajdeh’s company Cornerstone as a sports manager. In 2008, she met Sharma at a TV commercial shoot for Reebok and later, the couple started dating each. As Sajdeh is a rakhi sister of the former India batter Yuvraj Singh, the swashbuckling left-hander jokingly warned Rohit against even looking at her. Before getting married to the ‘Hitman’, Sajdeh also managed star India batter Virat Kohli for three years. Along with Kohli and her husband, she has managed huge names in the sports industry.

Rohit Sharma’s Daughter:
On December 30, 2022, Rohit Sharma became a father as his wife Ritika gave birth to a baby girl, whom they later named Samaira. During Samaira’s birth, Rohit was in Australia for the 2018-19 Border-Gavaskar Trophy. However, after receiving the good news, he returned to India to be with his wife.

List of centuries by Rohit Sharma in the ODIs;

Runs Opponent

Result (India)

1. 114 Zimbabwe Lost
2. 101* Sri Lanka Won
3. 141* Australia Won
4. 209 Australia Won
5. 264 Sri Lanka Won
6. 138 Australia Lost
7. 137 Bangladesh Won
8.150 South Africa Lost
9. 171* Australia Lost
10. 124 Australia Lost
11. 123* Bangladesh Won
12. 124* Sri Lanka Won
13. 104 Sri Lanka Won
14. 125 Australia Won
15. 147 New Zealand Won
16. 208* Sri Lanka Won
17. 115 South Africa Won
18. 137* England Won
19.  111* Pakistan Won
20. 152* West Indies Won
21. 162 West Indies Won
22. 133 Australia Lost
23. 122* South Africa Won
24. 140 Pakistan Won
25. 102 England Lost
26. 104 Bangladesh Won
27. 103 Sri Lanka Won
28.  159 West Indies Won
29.  119 Australia Won
30. 101 New Zealand Won
                                                                   Centuries in the Test Matches
1. 177 West Indies won
2. 111* West Indies won
3. 102* Sri Lanka Won
4. 176 South Africa Won
5. 127 South Africa Won
6. 212 South Africa Won
7. 161 England Won
8. 127 England Won
9. 118 Australia
                                                          Centuries in the T-20 (International)
1. 106 South Africa Lost
2. 118 Sri Lanka Won
3. 100* England Won
4. 111* West Indies Won

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