Before offering a firm caution to the media to refrain from asking such questions during the World Cup, Rohit pulled off a fatigued expression at the conclusion of the inquiry.
In a good mood as the press conference at the began in Kandy on Tuesday afternoon, India skipper Rohit Sharma’s response when BCCI chief selector Ajit Agarkar revealed his name while reading out the 15-member roster for the ODI World Cup was evident. However, Rohit was furious when the 20-minute media event came to an end. The length of the press conference irritated him, but the last question he was asked made him lose his cool, and he yelled at the reporter.
The 36-year-old Rohit appeared noticeably irritated by the question when it was made about the hype surrounding India versus Pakistan matches in both the 2015 World Cup and the 2019 tournament.After pulling off a fatigued expression at the end of the query, Rohit issued a harsh warning to the media, telling them not to ask similar questions during press conferences during the World Cup since he won’t be responding to them at all. The Indian team’s attention will be on the trophy and not on the outside buzz, he further emphasised, noting that every member of the Indian dressing room is a professional cricketer and has seen such circumstances in the past.
I’ve said it a bunch of times already. Another thing we do is work. We do not play by the whims of the outside world; that is not our job. Since they are all professionals, all of the players have experienced these things. This means that it isn’t really significant. Ise sawal mat puchna jab humlog World Cup press conference karenga India me ke samae. Iska Jawab Mein Nehi Duuna When we hold a press conference in India prior to the World Cup, please don’t ask me such questions. Such queries won’t be addressed by me). We as a team would prefer to focus on that one subject, therefore it doesn’t make sense to continue talking about it, he added.