Rohit Sharma: ‘Cricket is played by 11 players, not 12’: Rohit Sharma criticizes Impact Player rule in IPL, says ‘not a big fan’ | Cricket News


New Delhi: Captain of India Rohit Sharma have expressed their disapproval of impact player rules in the Indian Premier League, saying it could hinder growth. all rounder In indian cricket,
Rohit expressed his concerns during an episode of the Club Prairie podcast, co-hosted by Adam Gilchrist and Michael Vaughan.
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“I generally think it's going to backfire [development of allrounders] Because ultimately cricket is played by 11 players, not 12 players,” Rohit commented, questioning the need for the impact player rule.
“I'm not a big fan of the impact player rule. You're taking a lot out of the game to make it a little bit of entertainment for people around.”

Rohit highlighted the impact of this rule on players washington beautiful And Shivam DubeyWho have limited opportunities to contribute with both bat and ball.
Indian selectors are facing a dilemma in considering players like Dubey. t20 world cupConsidering his erratic bowling performances in domestic and IPL cricket.

Although Rohit acknowledged the challenges posed by the Impact Player rule, he admitted that he had no solutions to offer. “I don't know what you can do about it, but to be honest, I'm not a fan of it,” Rohit said.
The impact player rule, introduced in IPL 2023, allows teams to bring in a 12th player at any time in the match to replace a player from the playing XI after the toss.
Despite Rohit's criticism, this rule is in effect in the current IPL season, leading to discussions about its impact on team structure and player development.

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