Shikhar Dhawan on being in constant touch with Rohit Sharma: He's not my wife!

Published: May 16, 2019, 09:41 IST | mid-day online desk

Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma's communication and understanding has been impeccable on the pitch, but the former isn't of the opinion that he needs to develop the same off it

Shikhar Dhawan on being in constant touch with Rohit Sharma: He's not my wife!
Dhawan and Rohit

In recent years, the Indian cricket team may have had a tough time to find an apt balance in the middle-order. However, Team India's opening combination -- Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan -- have consistently managed to deliver. Dhawan and Rohit have been one of the prime reasons for India being such a dominant force in one-day international cricket.

Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma's communication and understanding has been impeccable on the pitch, but the former isn't of the opinion that he needs to develop the same off it.

The pairing of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan has by head coach Ravi Shastri. The two stalwarts might have been separated in the recently concluded Indian Premier League season 12, but they are set to reunite on May 22 as the entire team regroups to head to England and kickstart their World Cup campaign.

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After having established a reputation of being one of the finest players for the team when it comes to ICC tournaments, Shikhar Dhawan was asked if there's a possibility the pressure can overpower him. The Delhi lad had another clinical answer to the question.

"Conscious about what? This is my daily job. I make sure my basics are taken care of and I have a clear mind. Sometimes you make runs, sometimes you don't. But I always keep calm and look at the areas where I need to work on and then I go and give it my best shot. I don't believe in worrying too much," he explained.

After the IPL 2019 final, Mumbai Indians' captain Rohit Sharma celebrated his team's thrilling one-run win over Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League final at Hyderabad by rapping with teammate Yuvraj Singh on Sunday night."

Hours after the final, which saw Mumbai win their fourth trophy, Rohit showed his other side by rapping a famous hip-hop song from Bollywood movie, Gully Boy. Rohit sung "Asli Hitman se milaye Hindustan ko" as Yuvraj joined him. The actual song in the Ranveer Singh-starrer movie is, Asli hip-hop se milaye Hindustan ko.

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