Rohit Sharma believes that batting at number four in the Indian Premier League for Mumbai Indians would not have any problem in introducing batting for India in the ICC Champions Trophy because both are completely different formats.
Rohit said at the Mumbai Indians media conference that IPL is very different from international cricket. I had talked before the IPL started that I would bat in the lower order to balance the team. I do not understand why people compare both situations.
Rohit batted at number four and scored 333 runs in 17 matches for Mumbai Indians and now he is preparing for an innings start for India in England. He said that this has happened since 10 years, players play 50 overs or play Test cricket by playing IPL. I do not think it would be difficult to adapt.
Asking which titles they liked the most, he termed the current title as the best and said that I can not choose one of these. But last night’s T20 match, I have been the best in the matches I have played. I am very happy. No team has won the IPL three times before this. This is a great achievement and we will maintain this confidence.