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Rohit hopes BCCI, CA will find a solution for Australia tour

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During a live session with David Warner, Rohit Sharma said he hopes a solution for the Australia tour later this year, which currently seems to drown in an ocean of uncertainty, will be found by the cricket boards.

As cricketers have been actively using Instagram to interact with other players during the quarantine, Rohit Sharma interacted with David Warner. He said that he was looking forward to play against Australia in December-January Tour.

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“I wish both BCCI and CA manage something to get the series underway. It would be a great series for people to watch, it would be a good way to kick off cricket in the world,” said Rohit.

Love Playing Against Australia

Team India celebrates its series victory on last Australia tour in 2018-19. (Credits: Twitter/BCCI)
Team India celebrates its series victory on last Australia tour in 2018-19. (Credits: Twitter/BCCI)

Notably, India won Test series against Australia in Australia for the first time in 2019. But, two strong pillars of the team Steve Smith and David Warner were missing in the Australian team on account of the Sandpaper controversy.

During the session, Rohit commentating on the series win over mighty Kangaroos in their own home; said it was something special and very big achievement.

“I love playing against Australia, when we won the series in Australia the last time we toured there, it was a very big achievement. Obviously you were not there, we are looking for the series against Australia this year.

I felt helpless: Warner

However, the Aussie batsman revealed that it was heart-wrenching to see his team lose at home.

“Watching that series was hard as you can’t do anything from the outside. But I want to say that India has the best pace attack against left-handers. They Zero in one spot and keep bowling there,” said David Warner.

He also admitted that he loved to play against India in India as it is one of the toughest challenges in world cricket.

“I love playing India in India. Everyone is against you. Hard conditions. Same for you (Rohit) when you come here,” explained the destructive Aussie batsman.

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