When will Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli return to action after retirement from T20? This big information has come to light

Indian legends Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli announced their T20I retirement after India’s victorious T20 World Cup 2024 campaign in the United States and West Indies. The Men in Blue ended their 11-year-long ICC trophy drought with a win over South Africa in the final and became T20 champions for the second time. Virat and Rohit, along with Ravindra Jadeja, called it time to reach the pinnacle of their international 20-over careers. A new-look Indian team led by Shubman Gill is in Zimbabwe for a five-match T20I series to build a team for the future.

Now many fans will be eager to see Rohit, Virat and Jadeja back in action on the cricket field. But when are they likely to take the 22 yards again? There are various discussions about this. India are scheduled to play a five-match T20I series against Zimbabwe from July 6 to July 14. After this series, the Men in Blue will travel to Sri Lanka for a limited-overs series. The Men in Blue will take on the Lankan Lions in three T20Is and as many ODIs from July 27.

The series will begin with three T20Is on July 27, July 28 and July 30, followed by ODIs on August 2, August 4 and August 7. Since the three players have bid adieu to the T20Is, they are likely to play in the ODI series from August 2. Rohit Sharma’s captaincy in the two formats he is playing now is under no threat as BCCI secretary Jay Shah has announced that he will also be the captain for the Champions Trophy and the World Test Championship final.

Jai Shah said in a BCCI video that by winning 10 matches on November 23, we won hearts but could not win the cup. I had said in Rajkot that on June 29, we will win hearts, win the cup and hoist the flag in Barbados. And our captain hoisted it there. Along with this, he said that after this victory, the upcoming ICC events – WTC Final and Champions Trophy, I am confident that our team will become the champion under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma.

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