“Good to be back on the park”; Rohit Sharma returns to outdoor training amid COVID-19 threat

He shared post-workout picture on Instagram.

Rohit Sharma got injured during New Zealand tour | AFP

With the international cricket continue to be on hold owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, India’s white-ball vice-captain Rohit Sharma has finally returned to outdoor training on Thursday (June 2020) after 3 months Coronavirus-forced hiatus.

Post relaxation of COVID-19 lockdown, a few India stars including Mohammed Shami, R Ashwin, and Shardul Thakur have recently returned to the outdoor training and now Rohit has joined the others.

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As the star opener has hit the greens after a long gap due to coronavirus pandemic, the 33-year-old took to his official Instagram handle and shared the photo from his first outdoor workout session amid the ongoing nation-wide lockdown to control the spread of the COVID-19 in India.

Sharing the post-workout picture of himself, the star cricket has mentioned that it was a good experience to be back in the park after such a long break due to the pandemic, saying he felt like himself after a long time.

However, the right-hander didn’t reveal in which ground he trained.

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Rohit captioned the Instagram post: “Good to be back on the park getting some work done, felt like me after a long time.”

Have a look here:


Good to be back on the park getting some work done ???? felt like myself after a long time ✅

A post shared by Rohit Sharma (@rohitsharma45) on

Noteworthy, Rohit was last played in the T20I series in New Zealand where he suffered a calf injury. He is now fit and was to mark his return to competitive cricket in the now postponed IPL 2020.


By Rashmi Nanda - 26 Jun, 2020

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