Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma
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On the occasion of Friendship Day, Indian cricket team's vice-captain Rohit Sharma answered a few interesting questions from his fans on Twitter. He had on Saturday asked his fans to tweet their questions using the hashtag #AskRo.

Here are the interesting questions and the answers as given by Rohit Sharma:

1. Can you share your one of the best moment with MS Dhoni?

A: When I scored my first double hundred, he was batting with me, we had a long partnership.

2. Which activity you discovered you're good at during the lockdown?

A: I discovered that I was good at handling Samaira's tantrums and keeping patience with it.

3. A non-cricketing sportsperson you admire and would like to meet?

A: Roger Federer.

4. Things you miss doing in this lockdown other than playing cricket?

A: I missed hanging out with friends other than playing cricket.

5. What is the story behind your jersey number 45?

A: There is no story behind number 45. It's just my mom asked me to take it and I did not argue. She said it will be very lucky so I took the number.

6. The next destination you will visit?

A: Dubai.

7. How much was your first paycheck worth and at what age did you get it? How did you spend it, with friends or family?

A: My first paycheck was actually Rs 50 cash which I won playing a match near my society and obviously it was spent eating road-side Vada Pav with my friends.

8. What's the one quote that always motivates you?

A: Throw me to the wolves and I will return leading the pack.

9. What are you binge-watching nowadays?

A: Grey's Anatomy.

10. Marine Drive or Juhu Chowpatty?

A: Marine Drive.

11. If you've to pick one bowler from the past, whom you would like to face. Who'll be that one bowler?

A: Glenn McGrath.

12. What is your life turning moment?

A: When I read the book 'The Making of a Cricketer'. It's about Sachin Tendulkar.

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