In every sportsman's career, there comes a phase where resurrection becomes priority over simply going out there and performing or the clichéd “trying my best”, for it comes after a steep fall. This is a phase where there is an abundance of introspection, primarily about "what went wrong", and almost as a solution, he undertakes the journey of self-discovery and evolution.
There is a sense of purpose in everything he means to do, an unflinching focus that drives him towards where he wants to be and as a process, you see qualities that you wouldn’t associate with the player coming to the surface, as by-products of this phase. This process for Rohit Sharma began soon after he got dropped for the World Cup. Today, he’s all set to make his Test debut against the West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium. Yet, for Rohit, this very process of resurrection is, ongoing.
It is as much about scoring as many runs as he possibly could as it is about changing and overcomingRead More »from Rohit Sharma Version 2.0