'I Am Going To..,' - Rohit Sharma Opens Up On His Retirement From Cricket

Rohit Sharma Speaks On His Retirement [X.com]Rohit Sharma Speaks On His Retirement [X.com]

Rohit Sharma, the dynamic cricketer known as the 'Hitman', has been making headlines not just for his stellar performances on the field but also for his approach towards retirement. 

At 36 years old, with a plethora of achievements under his belt, including leading the Indian cricket team since 2022, Rohit Sharma stands as a symbol of excellence and determination.

Currently immersed in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 season with the Mumbai Indians, Rohit Sharma has relinquished his captaincy role to Hardik Pandya, allowing him to focus solely on honing his batting skills. 

With the T20 World Cup 2024 looming on the horizon, Rohit Sharma's dedication to enhancing his craft remains unwavering. Despite murmurs about retirement swirling around him, Rohit Sharma remains resolute in his commitment to the game. 

In a candid conversation on 'Breakfast With Champions', he articulated his stance, emphasizing his hunger to clinch major titles for India. 

Rohit Sharma Speaks On His Retirement

"I haven't really thought about retirement. But, I don't know where life takes you. I am still playing well at this point in time - so I am thinking I am going to continue for a few more years and then, I don't know. I really want to win the World Cup and there is a WTC final in 2025, hopefully India makes it," Rohit expressed during the chat.

Currently showcasing his prowess in the IPL 2024, Rohit Sharma's performances continue to captivate fans. With 156 runs in 5 matches, including a highest score of 49, he remains a formidable force on the field. 

As the captain of Team India, Rohit Sharma's presence in the upcoming T20 World Cup promises to be electrifying, reaffirming his unwavering dedication to the sport and his country.