“Everything Is Fake”: Rohit Sharma Denies T20 World Cup Meeting Report Claiming Focus On Hardik Pandya


India captain Rohit Sharma has rubbished rumors of meeting head coach Rahul Dravid and chief selector Ajit Agarkar midway through the Indian Premier League to discuss India's plans for the T20 World Cup. Over the past few days, multiple reports claimed that Rohit held a two-hour long meeting with Dravid and Agarkar in Mumbai, where two primary topics were discussed – Hardik Pandya being included in the T20 World Cup as a regular Need to bowl. Team and should Virat Kohli open the batting with the Indian captain.

Speaking on the Club Prairie Fire podcast, Rohit refuted all the claims and termed them 'fake'. He cautioned fans against believing anything that is not coming directly from him, Agarkar, Dravid or the BCCI.

“I haven't met anyone. Ajit Agarkar is playing golf somewhere in Dubai and Rahul Dravid is actually in Bengaluru watching his kids play. He [Dravid] Was in Mumbai but got it [the son] To play on red clay wickets in CCI. That's about it,” Rohit revealed.

“To be honest, we have not met. I think in today's time, unless you hear it from myself or Rahul himself or Ajit himself or someone from BCCI coming in front of the camera and talking to him, everything is fake ” He added.

Coming back to Hardik's situation, the all-rounder was named the captain of Mumbai Indians for IPL 2024, replacing Rohit. However, his form this season has been a matter of concern as the former Gujarat Titans has not bowled regularly.

He is scoring more than 12 runs per over and has only three wickets to his name.

Meanwhile, Kohli has been firing on all cylinders with the bat in IPL 2024 as he leads the run-scoring charts so far.

Till a month ago, there was speculation about Kohli's place in the T20 World Cup team, but his explosive performance in IPL 2024 has put an end to that useless debate.

As far as India's T20 World Cup squad is concerned, it is expected that BCCI will break the suspense by the end of this month or the first week of May.

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