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Rohit Sharma
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ụdịekerenwoke Dezie
mba o sịNdia Dezie
obodo maka egwuregwuNdia Dezie
Aha ọmụmụरोहित गुरूनाथ शर्मा Dezie
Aha enyereRohit Dezie
aha ezinụlọ yaSharma Dezie
aha otutuHitman,Best IPL captain of this decade,Sixer machine ,King of pull shots, Shaana Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya30 Eprel 1987 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụNagpur Dezie
Dị/nwunyeRitika Sajdeh Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụcricketer Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọOur Lady of Vailankanni High School, Swami Vivekanand International School and Junior College Dezie
onye nsonye òtù egwuregwuIndia national cricket team, Mumbai cricket team, Deccan Chargers, Mumbai Indians Dezie
ụdị egwuregwucricket Dezie
oge obidoro23 Jụn 2007 Dezie
Ihe nriteArjuna Award, Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award in Sports and Games Dezie
Rohit Sharma

Rohit Gurunath Sharma (amụrụ n'abalị iri atọ n'ọnwa Eprel n'afọ 1987), bụ onye India na-eme egwuregwu cricket na mba ụwa na onye isi oche nke otu egwuregwu cricket ụmụ nwoke nke India ugbu a n'ụdị niile. A na-ewere ya dị ka otu n'ime ndị na-eti ọkpọ kachasị mma nke ọgbọ ya na otu n'etiti ndị na-eme ihe nkiri kachasị mma n'oge niile, a maara Sharma maka oge ya, ịma mma ya, ikike isii na nkà idu ndú. Ọ na-egwuri egwu dị ka onye na-akụ ọkpọ aka nri maka otu egwuregwu cricket nke mba India na cricket mba ụwa, Mumbai Indians na IPL na Mumbai na cricket nke ụlọ. Rohit bụkwa onyeisi ndị India Mumbai na ndị otu ahụ enwetala utu aha 5 n'okpuru idu ndú ya, nke kachasị site na otu ọ bụla. Na India, Sharma bụ onye otu meriri 2007 T20 World Cup, na 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, ebe ọ gbara na ngwụcha nke asọmụpi abụọ ahụ.

Sharma nwere ihe ndekọ ụwa ugbu a maka akara kachasị elu (264) na egwuregwu One Day International (ODI) ma bụrụkwa naanị onye ọkpụkpọ gbara narị afọ abụọ atọ na ODIs ma nwee ihe ndekọ maka ịgba ọtụtụ narị (ise) na otu Cricket World Cup, nke o meriri ICC Men's ODI Cricketer of the Year award na afọ 2019. Sharma enwetala nsọpụrụ mba abụọ, Arjuna Award na afọ 2015 na Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna na afọ 2020. N'okpuru onyeisi ya, India meriri afọ 2018 Asia Cup, oge nke asaa mba ahụ meriri n'asọmụpi ahụ.

N'èzí cricket, Sharma bụ onye na-akwado mkpọsa ọdịmma anụmanụ. Ọ bụ onye nnọchi anya Rhino maka WWF-India ma bụrụkwa onye otu People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Ọ rụkọtara ọrụ na PETA na mkpọsa ya iji mee ka a mara banyere nsogbu nke nwamba na nkịta na-enweghị ebe obibi na India.

A mụrụ Sharma na ubochi iri atọ na ọnwa Eprel na afọ 1987 na Bansod, Nagpur, Maharashtra.[1] Nne ya, Purnima Sharma, si Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.[2] Nna ya, Gurunath Sharma, rụrụ ọrụ dị ka onye nlekọta ụlọ nkwakọba ihe nke ụlọ ọrụ njem. Ọ bụ nne na nna ya ochie na ụmụnne nna ya zụlitere Sharma na Borivali n'ihi ego nna ya na-enweta. Ọ ga-eleta ndị mụrụ ya, ndị bi n'ụlọ nwere otu ọnụ ụlọ na Dombivli, naanị na ngwụsị izu.[3] O nwere nwanne nwoke nke obere, Vishal Sharma.[4]

Sharma sonyeere ogige cricket na afọ 1999 na ego nwanne nna ya. Dinesh Lad, onye nkuzi ya n'ogige ahụ, gwara ya ka ọ gbanwee ụlọ akwụkwọ ya gaa na Swami Vivekanand International School, ebe Lad bụ onye nkuzi na ụlọ ọrụ cricket dị mma karịa ndị nọ n'ụlọ akwụkwọ ochie Sharma. Sharma chetara, "Agwara m ya na enweghị m ike ịzụta ya, mana o nyere m agụmakwụkwọ. Ya mere, ruo afọ anọ, akwụghị m otu penny, ma mee nke ọma na cricket m. "[4] Sharma malitere dị ka onye na-agba ọsọ nke nwere ike ịkụ obere tupu Lad achọpụta ikike ịkụ ya ma bulie ya site na nọmba nke asatọ iji mepee innings. Ọ pụtara nke ọma na asọmụpi cricket ụlọ akwụkwọ Harris na Giles Shield, na-agba otu narị afọ na mbido mbụ dị ka onye mmeghe.[5]

Sharma mere Ndepụta mbụ ya maka West Zone megide Central Zone na Deodhar Trophy na Gwalior na ọnwa Machị n'afọ 2005. N'ịkụ na nọmba nke asatọ, ọ gbara iri atọ na otu na-abụghị ka West Zone meriri site na wickets atọ na bọọlụ iri abụo na anọ fọdụrụ. Cheteshwar Pujara na Ravindra Jadeja mere nke mbụ ha n'otu egwuregwu ahụ.[6] Ọ bụ agba nke Sharma na-emerighị nke 142 na 123 bọọlụ megide North Zone na Maharanna Bhupal College Ground na Udaipur n'otu asọmụpi ahụ mere ka ọ bụrụ onye a ma ama.[7] Ọ gara Abu Dhabi na Australia na ndị otu India A wee tinye ya n'etiti ndị otu 30 nke India maka asọmụpi ICC Champions Trophy na-abịanụ, ọ bụ ezie na ọ banyeghị na ndị otu ikpeazụ.[8]

Sharma mere nke mbụ ya na klas mbụ maka India A megide New Zealand A na Darwin na ọnwa Julaị na afọ 2006. O nyere akara iri ise na asaa ya na ịrị abụo na abụo ka India meriri site na 3 wickets.[9] O mere Ranji Trophy mbụ ya maka Mumbai n'afọ 2006 wee rụọ 07 wee gbaa bọọlụ 205 na bọọlụ 267 megide Gujarat.[10] Mumbai gara n'ihu merie asọmụpi ahụ na Sharma na-agba ọkara narị afọ (57) na nke abụọ ya na nke ikpeazụ megide Bengal.[11]

Sharma ejirila ọrụ mbụ ya niile na ọbọdọ Mumbai. N'ọnwa Disemba afọ 2009, o mere akara kachasị elu nke 309 na Ranji Trophy megide Gujarat.[12] N'ọnwa Ọktoba na afọ 2013, mgbe Ajit Agarkar lara ezumike nká, a họpụtara ya dị ka onyeisi ndị otu tupu oge 2013 wee rụọ 14.[13]

N'ọnwa Nọvemba na afọ 2013, n'oge usoro nkewa nke Sachin Tendulkar, Sharma mere ule mbụ ya na Eden Gardens na Kolkata megide West Indies wee nweta akara 177, akara nke abụọ kachasị elu na nke mbụ nke onye India na Shikhar Dhawan (187).[14] O sochiri ya na 111 (ọ bụghị n'èzí) na ule nke abụọ n'ụlọ ya, Wankhede Stadium na Mumbai.[15]

Ebe ọ bụ na ọ nọghị n'òtù ule kemgbe afọ 2017 wee rụọ afọ 18, Sharma gara njem 2018-19 nke Australia mgbe ọ nwetasịrị ncheta na mbụ. Onye isi na-ahọrọ M. S. K. Prasad kwuru na ihe kpatara ncheta ya bụ na egwuregwu ya dị n'okike dabara na pitches Australia.[16] Sharma gbara na ule mbụ na Adelaide, na-agba ịrị atọ na asaa ya na 1 na mmeri India.[17][18] N'oge ule nke mbụ, o nwere obere mmerụ ahụ nke mere ka ọ ghara ịnwale nke abụọ na Perth.[19] Ọ gbakere maka ule nke atọ nke Boxing Day na Melbourne wee gbaa iri isii na atọ (ọ bụghị n'èzí) iji nyere India aka gbakọọ 443/7 ma merie ma ule na usoro ahụ.[20] Mgbe ule nke atọ gasịrị, Sharma laghachiri India maka ọmụmụ nwa ya nwanyị.[21]

Maka ihe ndị ọ rụzuru na njem India nke England na afọ 2021, Wisden Cricketers 'Almanack họọrọ Sharma dị ka otu n'ime ndị Wisden Criqueters ise nke Afọ na mbipụta ya nke afọ 2022.[22]

Sharma lụrụ enyi ya nwanyị ogologo oge, Ritika Sajdeh na ubochi ịrị na atọ na onwa Disemba na afọ 2015. Ha nwere otu nwa, nwa nwanyị amụrụ na ubochi iri atọ na onwa Disemba na afọ 2018.[23] Ọ bụ onye na-eme usoro ntụgharị uche Sahaj Marg.[24]

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  2. "Telugu connection to Twenty20 World Cup", The Hindu, THG Publishing, 24 September 2007. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  3. Rohit's kept his promise. The Indian Express (23 February 2008). Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Forthcoming attraction. Cricinfo. ESPN Sports Media Ltd (27 February 2008). Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  5. The untold story of Rohit Sharma. ABP Live (2017). Archived from the original on 17 April 2017. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  6. Deodhar Trophy: Central Zone v West Zone at Gwalior, 25 February 2006. Cricinfo. ESPN Sports Media Ltd (25 February 2006). Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  7. Vidyut and Rao power South to big win. Cricinfo. ESPN Sports Media Ltd (3 March 2006). Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  8. 'I was expecting the call-up' – Rohit Sharma. Cricinfo. ESPN Sports Media Ltd (9 August 2006). Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
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  10. Monga (6 February 2007). Leaders of a revival. Cricinfo. ESPN Sports Media Ltd. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
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  12. Group A, Ranji Trophy Super League. Mumbai v Gujarat, 15–18 December 2009. Cricinfo. ESPN Sports Media Ltd (18 December 2009). Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
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  14. Most runs in debut Test match. Cricinfo. ESPN Sports Media Ltd (2019). Retrieved on 5 August 2019.
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  17. "Bumrah stars but Australia's tail makes India sweat for famous victory", Cricinfo, ESPN Sports Media Ltd, 9 December 2018. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
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  19. "Australia v India: Ravichandran Ashwin and Rohit Sharma ruled out of second Test", BBC Sport, BBC, 13 December 2018. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  20. "India vs Australia 3rd Test: India beat Australia by 137 runs to take 2–1 lead in four-match series", The Times of India, 30 December 2018. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  21. "Rohit Sharma to return home after daughter's birth, will miss Sydney Test", India Today, Living Media India Limited, 31 December 2018. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  22. Ollie Robinson, Jasprit Bumrah, Rohit Sharma, Dane van Niekerk and Devon Conway named as Five Cricketers of the Year. Wisden Online. Retrieved on 15 May 2022.
  23. "Rohit Sharma and Ritika Sajdeh wedding pictures", International Business Times, India Edition, 14 December 2015. Retrieved on 4 August 2019.
  24. "Rohit Sharma embraces heartfulness meditation", New Indian Express, 3 January 2020. Retrieved on 3 January 2020.