Rohit Sharma, after being ignored from India's 18-man squad for the first three Tests of the five-match Test series against England, decided to go on a vacation with wife Ritika Sajdeh. Opening batsman Rohit Sharma took to Instagram and posted a photo with his wife and wrote: "Exploring the beautiful city of Prague #PragueOldTown". The India's selection panel met in Leeds, the venue for England's eight-wicket win in the third and deciding ODI at Headingley on Wednesday, to pick the Test squad but Rohit failed to make it to the squad for the Test series.
Rohit had posted a positive message a day after his was dropped. "Sun will rise again tomorrow," his post read.
Rohit finished as highest run-getter in the Twenty20 International series against England. He had scored 137 runs in three matches at an average of 68.50, including one century.
In the ODI series, Rohit smashed a brilliant 137 not out in the opening match. He signed off the ODI series with 154 runs at an average of 77.00.
Rohit last played in whites in January earlier this year against South Africa. The right-hander scored just 78 runs in four innings at an average of 19.50.