Miss hitting the ball, I can't wait to go out and play: Rohit Sharma
MUMBAI: Prolific India opener Rohit Sharma much to hit the Cricket ball and I can't wait to get out there and start playing again once the block ends in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic .
Under normal circumstances, Rohit would have currently led the Mumbai Indians in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League, which is now postponed indefinitely.
"I wish I had enough place to play indoor Cricket , but unfortunately in Mumbai, the place is very secluded, and you have to stick to your apartment. We are not lucky as you guys where you have your own backyard to play," Rohit said while speaking to former Australian pacer Brett Lee on a channel
In Mumbai, it is very expensive to have your own home where you have your own backyard. I live in an apartment and I am lucky to have a small balcony where I can run and do some activities that my coach has given me.
I am trying to follow as much as I can. Hopefully the gyms will open soon and I can go there, he added.
But I need to hit the ball, that's for sure. As you know, I like to hit big, so the space is not enough. I just can't wait to get out there and start hitting the ball, said Rohit, who recently turned 33, said more.
All sports activities have been suspended since mid-March after the coronavirus outbreak.
In India, the national closure was announced on March 24. It was first slated to end on April 14, but then extended until May 3. It has now been extended until May 17 as the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases refuses to slow down.