Wriddhiman Saha Used To Coach Rishabh Pant Despite Losing The Spot To Him, Rohit Sharma Reveals
Cricket brings out the most competitive side in a man. We have seen on multiple occasions that the feeling of being better than the rest has led to disruptions within the team. The rumour of the rift between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma is one of the latest examples of such competitiveness if found to be true.
However, a real sportsman is the one that understands where to draw the line. A real sportsman is the one who believes in helping his fellow teammate even though he knows that lending his helping hand will only lead to more time for him warming the bench.
The active wicket-keeper for the Indian cricket team during the ongoing Test series against South Africa, Wriddhiman Saha is that true sportsperson.
In the press conference after India defeated Faf du Plessis' men in the first of three Tests in Visakhapatnam, the opener for the Indian batting order, Rohit Sharma was asked about Rishabh Pant's hopes of returning to the Playing XI roster.
While carefully dodging the question, Sharma went on to talk about how Saha, a 34-year-old veteran used to always be there for Pant during India's tour of the West Indies last month.