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Disappointed with my IPL performance: Rohit Sharma

Updated on: 23 May,2022 07:42 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Rohit endured his worst IPL season, failing to score a single half-century for the first time since his debut in the inaugural edition in 2008. The swashbuckling opener managed to score just 248 runs at an average of 19.14 and a strike rate of 120.17 in 14 outings

Disappointed with my IPL performance: Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma


Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma admitted that a lot of things didn’t go his way with the bat, but he is not losing sleep over his “disappointing” season as he is just one “minor adjustment” away from finding form again.


Rohit endured his worst IPL season, failing to score a single half-century for the first time since his debut in the inaugural edition in 2008. The swashbuckling opener managed to score just 248 runs at an average of 19.14 and a strike rate of 120.17 in 14 outings. 

“A lot of things that I wanted to do didn’t happen. I am very disappointed with my season. But this has happened with me earlier as well, so it’s not something I am going through for the first time,” Rohit said after MI’s last match of the season on Saturday.


“I know cricket doesn’t end here; there is a lot of cricket ahead. So I need to take care of the mental aspect and think about how I can return to form and perform. It’s only a minor adjustment and I will try to work on that whenever there is some time off,” he added.

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