ROHIT CHECKS IN AT NCA
The Morning Standard|November 20, 2020
Opener to be assessed before undergoing fitness test ahead of Test series in Australia
VENKATA KRISHNA B

ROHIT Sharma, who suffered a hamstring tear during the Indian Premier League (IPL) before going on to lead Mumbai Indians to their fifth title, arrived at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru on Thursday. The opener, who has been advised rest by the BCCI’s medical team, is currently being accessed by the NCA staff and will subsequently undergo a fitness test, which will determine his participation in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy that begins on December 17.

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