While the Mumbai teammates will now compete against one another in the WTC last, Green may draw on the lessons the India captain taught him during the IPL and during their pivotal century partnership against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the last IPL league game when the two players face off in the White-ball match.
Cameron Green, an all-rounder for Australia, aims to emulate Rohit Sharma’s composure after spending time with the India skipper in the Mumbai Indians dugout during the IPL this year. Despite the fact that the five-time winners were ultimately eliminated in Qualifier 2, Green’s 452 runs and six wickets were essential to MI’s effort this year.
Green informed the ICC before to the World Test Championship Final matchup between India and England at The Oval, which begins on June 7. “The calmness he (Rohit) has out in the middle is so evident,” Green said.
He has undoubtedly been working there for ten years. It was fantastic to just speak through a problem with him out there.
“My role was trying to be aggressive, and then he obviously showed ways to go about it, whether it was attacking spin, attacking pace, or kind of picking your bowler in a way,” the 24-year-old continued.
Green was a late addition to the Australia team, and on Thursday he made his training session debut.
While the Mumbai teammates will now compete against one another in the WTC last, Green may draw on the lessons he picked up from the India captain throughout the IPL and during their pivotal century partnership against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the last IPL league game when they face off in the red-ball match.
Green anticipates that the in-form Virat Kohli will pose a significant threat in this showcase match.
Virginia Kohli. He remarked, “I believe he consistently strives to be the man to speak up in crucial situations.
“Obviously a World Test Championship is a huge occasion, so I’m looking forward to that.” Green believes it won’t be difficult for him to transition from T20 cricket to Test cricket.
When you’re sort of in the middle, there is nothing quite like Test cricket, he claimed.
“It’s clear that you’re really tense. The best players, in my opinion, are those who can manage that.