In the six home games against Australia and South Africa before the ICC showpiece next month, India captain. Rohit Sharma wants his players to step outside of their comfort zones and experiment with new aspects of their game. The T20 World Cup roster has already been selected.
Without the pressure of selection, according to Rohit, players may now afford to push their “limits” farther.
Over the course of the six games, the management will rest players like Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Arshdeep Singh, but overall it will have a complete roster at its disposal.
The Asia Cup campaign, in which the team management experimented heavily and received criticism for it, is the context for Rohit’s remarks.