Rohit, who supplanted Virat Kohli as India’s white-ball captain last week, get the injury on his left side hamstring during an instructional meeting in Mumbai on Sunday.
India batsman Rohit Sharma has been governed out of the three-test series against South Africa because of a hamstring injury and will be supplanted by Priyank Panchal, the nation’s cricket board (BCCI) said on Monday.
Rohit, who supplanted Virat Kohli as India’s white-ball captain last week, get the injury on his left side hamstring during an instructional course in Mumbai on Sunday.
Panchal, 31, was essential for the India ‘A’ side that played in a three-match informal test series in South Africa recently.
The first test is planned to begin in Quite a while from Dec. 26.
In the interim, the host group’s wicketkeeper-player Quinton de Kock could likewise miss the second and third test matches, with his better half expecting the introduction of their youngster toward the beginning of January, ESPN Cricinfo site covered Monday.
The subsequent test is set to begin on Jan. 3 in Johannesburg, while the last test is planned for Jan. 11 in Cape Town. The groups will then, at that point, play three one-day internationals.
De Kock was last highlighted for South Africa at the Twenty20 World Cup, where he picked to pass on their subsequent gathering game after a board request to take a knee on the side of the “People of color Matter” development.
He later apologized for his choice and took a knee in the accompanying three matches as South Africa was taken out in the Super 12 phase of the opposition.
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