Rohit Sharma is looking forward to a Large Home Crowd During the ODI World Cup in 2023

India captain Rohit Sharma is looking forward to a large home crowd during the ODI World Cup in 2023. Rohit Sharma, India’s captain, is looking forward to the ODI World Cup in 2023. Speaking at an ICC event on the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour in the United States of America, Sharma expressed his excitement for the home support India will receive during the competition.

This is the first time that India would host the tournament on its own. The last time the ODI World Cup was held in the subcontinent was in 2011, when India shared the stage with Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Speaking on the subject, Sharma stated that each venue where India would play their World Cup matches will be unique.

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“I know for a fact that every stadium, every venue that we will visit will receive massive support.” It’s the World Cup, so everyone is looking forward to this and the World Cup returning to India after 12 years you know, the last time we played a 50-over World Cup was in 2011. We played a 20-over World Cup in 2016, but a 50-over World Cup after 12 years in the country has people thrilled, and we can already feel the atmosphere back home. I’m looking forward to performing at all venues. “They all have their own charm and speciality, and I’d like to embrace that,” Sharma said, according to an ICC release.

Recalling his experience at the 2019 ODI World Cup, Sharma stated that in a large competition like this, every day is a new beginning. Sharma was the tournament’s leading scorer in the previous season, reaching 648 runs in 9 matches. India looked strong throughout the 2019 edition, but were defeated by New Zealand in the semi-finals, which also happened to be Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s farewell international match.

“I understand that every day is a new day. Every day is a new beginning; it’s not like Test match cricket, where you have momentum and carry it over to the next day,” Sharma explained.

“I know every day is a new day.” “It’s not like Test match cricket where you have momentum and carry it to the next day,” Sharma explained.

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