Mohit Sharma's Interesting Logic Behind Poor Form - Receding Hairline

Updated: 12 November 2016 11:29 IST

Mohit Sharma, who played for India in 2015 World Cup, says that receding hairline hurt his confidence, leading to poor form

Mohit Sharma
Mohit Sharma last played for India in October, 2015. © AFP

Mohit Sharma, the Haryana seamer who who part of India's 2015 World Cup campaign, last played for India on October 25, last year. In that ODI against South Africa, he gave away 84 runs in just seven overs - with an economy-rate of 12 per over.

As a result, Sharma was dropped from the side with the emergence of the young Jasprit Bumrah coinciding with his off form.

Now, the 28-year-old pacer Sharma has come up with an interesting take on his loss of form. "I realised I was losing hair, and it really affected my confidence big time, which in turn affected my bowling," the Haryana pacer said on the sidelines of an event featuring a hair studio, according to a report in Hindustan Times.

Incidentally, he has picked 16 wickets in the Ranji Trophy season so far. Only Mohit can tell if it is the result of his hair remedy.

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Highlights
  • Mohit Sharma blames hairfall reason for poor form
  • Mohit has played 26 ODIs and eight T20Is for India
  • He was also part of India's 2015 World Cup team
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