T20 World Cup 2024: Rohit Sharma reveals his ‘biggest challenge’ as India captain

Rohit Sharma

There is absolutely no denying that Rohit Sharma is a very popular captain among his teammates. Time and again, Indian players have been heard praising Rohit Sharma for the way he supports them as captain.

Not only senior but also junior players have also praised the way Rohit Sharma has led the team. And Rohit Sharma’s recent comments on his captaincy process have made it abundantly clear why his teammates adore him so much.

Ahead of the T20 World Cup 2024, the India captain spoke about his thought process as captain. Speaking to Star Sports, the veteran batsman began by pointing out that managing different types of people is the biggest challenge for a captain. He further stated that he makes sure to give importance to each and every player to ensure that they do not feel left out.

“The biggest challenge for a captain is to manage different types of people. The most important thing I have learned is that you have to give importance to everyone because everyone must feel that they are part of this team and that they are important.” ” Rohit Sharma said.

Rohit Sharma on his preparations:

Speaking further, Rohit Sharma explained how he prepares for a match as a batsman and as a captain. Rohit Sharma has been one of the world’s best batsmen for over a decade and explained how meticulously he prepares for a game.

“As a captain and as a player, I need to prepare in both aspects. For me it is very important to make sure that my preparation includes everything, I need to see and understand the opponent and the terrain.

“I personally go and check everything. I spend a lot of time in the meeting room. It is crucial for me to understand all these things so that if any situation arises in the field, I am prepared with the response.” Rohit Sharma said.

Rohit will now set his sights on the coveted T20 World Cup title. He has already won the trophy as a player and will be desperate to do so as captain this year. Last year, he failed to lead India to glory in the ODI World Cup and will look to make amends in the upcoming tournament. India is scheduled to open its campaign on June 5 against Ireland.