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Will be ready for captaincy when opportunity comes: Rohit Sharma
India Won Asia Cup, 2018: Highlights
- Rohit Cleared that his philosophy is to help players shed insecurities while playing for the country.
- Rohit was very happy with the fact that a young team achieved so much.
- Rohit agreed that fourth and the sixth spots in the batting order are still not settled.
Dubai:His record as stand-in captain has been quite impressive and Rohit Sharma made it very clear that whenever the opportunity comes along, he would be ready for the full time captaincy.
Under Rohit, India has won two multi-national tournaments: the T-20 Tri-nation in Sri Lanka and now the Asia Cup 50 Over Tournament.
A three time IPL winning captain of Mumbai Indians, Rohit was asked if he is ready for the long terms leadership role in the future. "Definitely, we have just won so I will be definitely ready for captaincy."
There are challenges of a stand-in captain, Rohit admitted, adding that the main objective is to allow players to play freely without thinking about their places in the team.