3 Worrying for Rohit Sharma-The Batsman

MI vs LSG Live: 3 stress concerns for Rohit Sharma- With Mumbai Indians battling in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2022) this season and failing to register a win, it was not a pleasant outing for batsman-captain Rohit Sharma either. Follow IPL 2022 live updates and MI vs LSG live updates on Insidesport.IN

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IPL 2022: Is the burden of captaincy already affecting Rohit Sharma? Bad form and an unbeaten run could force the MI captain to resign

MI vs LSG Live: Five-match losing streak in IPL and poor batting form, 3 stress concerns for Rohit Sharma-The Batsman – see

The full-time captaincy of Team India has effectively impressed Rohit Sharma. With poor form, averaging below 30 in all three formats except IPL, he has failed to anchor MI for a long time.

IPL 2022: Is captaincy affecting Rohit Sharma?

  • Rohit Sharma has averaged just 21.60 this season.
  • Below his average of thirty in the last five seasons.
  • Since taking over the full-time captaincy in the ODI series against the West Indies, Rohit Sharma has averaged 30.3 (2 matches) in Tests, 26 in 3 ODIs and 19.33 in 6 T20s.
  • Under Rohit Sharma, the Mumbai Indians have been on the nose for the last two seasons. In IPL 2021, MI was in fifth position and this time, they hit rock bottom in five match rate series.

MI vs LSG Live: Five-match losing streak in IPL and poor batting form, 3 stress concerns for Rohit Sharma-The Batsman - see

MI vs LSG Live: Five-match losing streak in IPL and poor batting form, 3 stress concerns for Rohit Sharma-The Batsman – see

InsideSport batsmen look at three important concerns for Rohit Sharma.

1. Below average- In the last few seasons in the IPL, Rohit’s position is much lower. The last time he averaged more than 30 in the IPL season was in 2016. Since then, Rohit’s average has been below 30 – in the top 20 – every year.

2. Ineffective strike rate- His strike rate over the last five seasons has also been modest: in 2018 he has only 130-plus in one. Since the 2019 season, when he started opening regularly for the Mumbai Indians, Rohit has averaged 27.9 and 127.7.

MI vs LSG Live: Five-match losing streak in IPL and poor batting form, 3 stress concerns for Rohit Sharma-The Batsman – see

3. The number of balls facing has been reduced- Since the beginning of 2019 when he was the regular opener in Mumbai, Rohit has played 43 innings but has tackled more than 20 balls in 18 innings. Among the batsmen with a minimum of 20 innings, Rohit has the least ability to play 20 balls. He averaged 47.28 runs per innings while tackling a minimum of 20 balls. Out of the 25 batsmen who have played at least 20 innings in the top three, Rohit is ranked 21st.

MI vs LSG Live: Five-match losing streak in IPL and poor batting form, 3 stress concerns for Rohit Sharma-The Batsman – see

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