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IPL 2022: Captain of the Mumbai Indians Team, Rohit Sharma, revealed the opening pair for the first match Against Delhi Capitals and gave a briefing regarding the availability of Suryakumar Yadav.

Rohit Sharma has been seen sacrificing his opening slots for the balance of the team more than once. He has been shuffling himself in the top order of the team until 2019 when Rohit was an opening batsman for MI throughout the season and the year next i.e., in 2020, taking the trophy for that season.

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This season ahead of their game with the Delhi Capitals Rohit hinted that he would very much like to open the innings for the team but is ready to play anywhere according to the needs of the team. Since Quinton is out of the picture for Mumbai Indians this time around the best opening pair would be Rohit and Ishan Kishan.

According to Rohit on the question, he responded “I Will open the innings. I have been doing that in the past and I’m looking forward to this opening with Ishan.” Rohit and Ishan batting in the openings leave only Suryakumar Yadav and Kieron Pollard for the middle playing order of the team.

Suryakumar has been under rehab after having injured his thumb and getting a hairline fracture during the third T20 against West Indies on 22nd Feb. There were no updates on him since then which led to presumptions that he is most likely to miss the first match of Mumbai Indians this season. But prior to this match, Rohit broke the silence and dropped a big update on the status of his fitness.

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According to the comments of Rohit, Suryakumar is at NCA at the moment and his recovery is going pretty well. Although he did not yet say anything about the availability of the player, he did mention that they are trying their best to get him on the field as soon as possible and as soon as NCA gives the clearance.

With the entire series being played in Maharashtra varying at four venues – Mumbai Indians are scheduled to play five matches at Wankhede stadium. According to Rohit, this does not give the team any kind of edge during the matches since almost 70 to 80 percent of the team has never played in Mumbai before.

Rohit feels that with the return of the group format after 11 years proper planning is a must moving forward for the five-time champions.