Rohit Sharma
After a short vacation with their families, Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, and Shardul Thakur are enjoying some relaxation.


India versus England cricket’s fourth test will start on the second of September.

The England-India five-match Test series is now tied, with each team winning one match.

In the next test match, the fans are counting on Rohit’s successes.

Out in the field with their wives were Rohit Sharma, who is also a vice-captain for the Indian Test team, along with his wife Ritika Sajdeh, the newly married Ajinkya Rahane, and fast bowler Shardul Thakur.

In between two series, one against England and another in South Africa, India opener Rohit Sharma had a respite to recover from the end of a test in Leeds. India’s Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane, Shardul Thakur, Ritika Sajdeh, Radhika Dhopavkar, and his wife followed Dhoni. Rohit posted a message on his Instagram account on Tuesday with the picture stating that he’s “just feeling good vibes.” A double date turned awkward when fans ridiculed Shardul for being the fifth wheel.

In response to the photo, one of Shardul Thakur’s fans nicknamed him “the fifth wheel.”

“Shardul Thakur living it up single,” read another comment on the photo following the post’s first comment. The latter was in reference to the Instagram user, who received hundreds of likes in minutes and gained over 1,000 followers by the end of the day.

A Mumbai Indians (MI) supporter greeted Tendulkar with, “Hello, captain.”

Rohit was challenged to break the record of a double-century (scoring over 200 runs) in the next Test by a fellow cricket lover.

“Double your runs in the fourth Test,” one person asked.

On Instagram, Ritika had published a snapshot of herself, Rohit, Shardul, and her brother Kunal as they visited England. Earlier, she had posted the photo.

“The three best males in my life,” Ritika’s caption box quote reads.

Regarding Rohit’s performance in the ongoing Test series, it’s time to move on. So far, Rohit has racked up 230 runs, and he’s done so thanks to two fifties and a 46.00 average.

India and England are now level at 1-1 in the five-match Test series.

The Kennington Oval, in London, will host the fourth Test, which begins on September 2 and ends on September 6.

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