In the time of COVID-19 crisis, the players and fans are keeping themselves busy by interacting on social media and surfing their interests. Former players and stalwarts of game are also having a good time by conducting question answer sessions on twitter and other social media platforms.
Recently, former Indian Opener, Wasim Jaffer, in an interactive session on Twitter, shared his experience and views on various topics and questions of his fans. Former Indian Test Opener, Wasim Jaffer is one of the longest serving Cricket players in Indian Domestic Cricket. The Legendary Mumbai batsman is no less than a stalwart for the knowledge and experience he had behind his back. The 42-year-old veteran, recently, hung his boots in March this year, bringing an end to a stellar career.
During the session, one of the fans named Shivam Jaiswal came up with an interesting question. Shivam Jaiswal asked, “who do you think has best cricketing brain of the current players of all team?” Jaffer, in an interesting assessment, named Rohit Sharma as the one with sharpest cricketing brain in the world cricket right now.
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While there is little doubt that Rohit Sharma is one of the best batting talents India has ever produced. The captaincy credentials of Rohit Sharma also speak highly of his brain. Rohit Sharma is the most successful captain of Indian Premier League – winning four titles under his captaincy. The dashing batsman from Mumbai is the 5 times winner of the much coveted IPL trophy – once for Deccan Chargers and 4 times for Mumbai Indians.
Rohit Sharma also has a good track record in international captaincy also. In the last Asia Cup, he helped team India grab the title. Apart from that, in International cricket also, Rohit Sharma is one of the best openers of the limited overs format of game. The Hit-Man has hit three double centuries in ODIs and four centuries in T20Is in this period. In the last World Cup in England, Rohit Sharma became first man in the history to hit five centuries in a World Cup.