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“Sad to See You Leave” Ritika Sajdeh’s Emotional Note on Rohit Sharma’s T20I Retirement

Rohit Sharma’s wife Ritika Sajdeh has posted a heartfelt note about winning the T20 World Cup after the skipper announced his T20I retirement.

Ritika Sajdeh’s Emotional Note on Rohit Sharma’s T20I Retirement

With Rohit Sharma’s mastermind, India became the first team to become unbeaten and secure the title in the T20 World Cup 2024. He also completed the campaign as the second-highest run-getter of the tournament.

During the press conference, The India captain announced that he was done playing T20s for India after Virat Kohli announced his T20I retirement. On this occasion, Ritika Sajdeh took Instagram handle to give a special message to Rohit.

“Ro, I know what this has meant to you. This format, this cup, these men, this journey, and this entire process of getting what you’ve always dreamed of. I know how hard these last few months have been for you. I know the toll it’s taken on your heart, mind, and body but watching you achieve your dream was incredibly emotional and inspiring.”

“As your wife, I am immensely proud of what you’ve achieved and the impact you’ve had on this game and the people who love it; but as someone who loves your game I’m sad to see you leave any part of it behind. I know you’ve thought long and hard about what’s best for this team but that doesn’t make watching you leave that part of it behind any easier. I love you so much and I am so incredibly proud to call you mine!” said Ritika.


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During the conference, Rohit Sharma said that it was the best time to leave the format and said he had always wanted to win the T20 World Cup.

“That was my last game as well. Honestly, I have enjoyed it since the time I started playing this format. There is no better time to say goodbye to this format. I have loved every moment of it. I started my India career playing this format. This is what I wanted to do. win the Cup and say goodbye,” said Rohit Sharma.

Meanwhile, Ravindra Jadeja also joined Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli in announcing his Retirement.

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