Rohit Sharma’s Wife Ritika Sajdeh Applauds Indian Opener’s Spectacular Batting in IND vs SA 2019 Test Series, Says ‘So Proud of You Baby’ (See Instagram Post)
Ritika Sajdeh And Rohit Sharma (Photo Credits: Instagram/ Rohit Sharma)

Rohit Sharma shared multiple photos from India vs South Africa 2019 Test series on his social media platforms Twitter and Instagram. After Team India clean sweep Proteas 3-0 in the Test series on Tuesday, the player of the series Sharma shared many photos from South Africa's tour of India 2019. On Sharma's Instagram post, many others like Ranveer Singh, Kuldeep Yadav and Kevin Petersen replied, hailing the new India's Test opener. Rohit Sharma’s wife Ritika Sajdeh also praised her husband on the post. Right-handed batsman Sharma broke multiple records as an opener in India vs South Africa Test series 2019. He hit two centuries and one double century in the four innings of the three Tests matches, which India won comfortably. Rohit Sharma Credits Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri for His Series-Defining Performance Against South Africa. 

"October was good let’s look forward to November now", Sharma wrote along with the post, pointing towards upcoming India vs Bangladesh 2019 series in November . Former England cricketer Pietersen also called it beginning of a super successful Test career. “Proper batting. So happy for you bro! Hopefully it’s now the beginning of a super successful Test career!”, Pietersen wrote. “So proud of you baby”, Ritika Sahdeh commented on the photo. Indian Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh took praises to another level, calling Sharma as ‘Mumbai Cha Raja’. Check for the Rohit Sharma’s Instagram post and comments on the same below. Fan Breaches Security to Kiss Rohit Sharma’s Feet During IND vs SA, 2nd Test 2019 (Watch Video).


Well Played Baby! 


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October was good 👍let’s look forward to November now 👊

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Well Played! 

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Under Virat Kohli’s leadership, India won the first Test by 203 runs, second Test by an innings and 137 runs and the third Test by an innings and 202 runs. India also enforced two consecutive follow-ons on Proteas, which became another cricket record. India also lead the ICC World Championship points table with 240 points, far more than other teams.