When Will Rohit Sharma Take Retirement? Indian Captain Reveals His Future Plan

Indian captain Rohit Sharma has currently opened up on his retirement from international cricket. Widely known as the ‘Hitman’, the cricketer said that he will play cricket for the next 2-3 years, and winning a World Cup for India is still his ultimate goal.

Last year, Rohit Sharma led the Indian team to the brink of winning two ICC trophies: the World Test Championship in June and the 50-over World Cup in November, both held on home soil.

On both occasions, the Australian cricket team, captained by Pat Cummins stopped India from winning those ICC trophies. India won its last ICC trophy back in 2013 under the captaincy of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Rohit Sharma is currently playing for Mumbai Indians purely as a batter. In this edition, he has provided his team with some promising starts alongside his opening partner Ishan Kishan. Rohit has won the IPL trophy five times as captain but this time he has been replaced by all-rounder Hardik Pandya.

In a recent episode of the popular “Breakfast with Champions” podcast hosted by Gaurav Kapur, Rohit Sharma expressed that he can play cricket for another 2-3 years.

“I am still playing well at this point in time – so I am thinking I am going to continue for a few more years – I really want to win the World Cup, there is a WTC final in 2025, hopefully, India makes it.”

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