"Rohit Sharma is only 70 percent fit," BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said recently. A key development took place on Thursday in the wake of the ongoing controversy over Rohit's fitness as the only MP for the Test series against Australia. A week after the end of the IPL, Rohit Sharma entered the National Cricket Academy (NCA).


It is a rehabilitation center for injured Indian cricketers. In addition to recovering under the supervision of board doctors, players will also have to prove their fitness here. Pacer Ishant Sharma is in the same job now. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. However, the fact is that Rohit is not a complete fit. He was in the IPL with the same injury without heeding the board warning.

He also played three matches. Under the supervision of Chief Selector Sunil Joshi, Rohit will have to prove his fitness in the NCA.