Video: Rohit Sharma Leaves With His Family For Vacation After Grand T20 WC 2024 Victory Celebrations In Mumbai

Video: Rohit Sharma Leaves With His Family For Vacation After Grand T20 WC 2024 Victory Celebrations In Mumbai

After celebrating the T20 World Cup 2024 triumph over the last few days, Rohit Sharma, his wife Ritika Sajdeh and their daughter Samaira Sharma decided to go on a vacation.

Hrishikesh DamodarUpdated: Sunday, July 07, 2024, 03:15 PM IST
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Rohit Sharma and his family went for a holiday | Credits: Twitter

Team India skipper Rohit Sharma and his family on Saturday night were spotted at the Mumbai Airport as they left for a vacation following T20 World Cup 2024 victory celebrations in Mumbai.

Rohit Sharma and his boys received a rousing welcome from Mumbaikars as they took a grand open-top bus parade from Nariman Point to Wankhede Stadium, where the T20 World Cup 2024 heroes were feliciated by the BCCI, followed up with victory lap in front of a massive crowd. Team India received a grand welcome from his childhood friends, brother and Mumbai Indians teammate Tilak Varma at his residence as he returned home as T20 World Cup winning captain.

After celebrating the T20 World Cup 2024 triumph over the last few days, Rohit Sharma, his wife Ritika Sajdeh and their daughter Samaira Sharma decided to go on a vacation. In a video that went viral on social media, Rohit was seen carrying his sleepy daughter while entering the departure gate of the Terminal 2 of the Mumbai Airport. It is unclear where Rohit Sharma and his family are heading for a holiday.

In another video that went viral on social media, security guard at the Mumbai Airport was seen congratulating Rohit Sharma for India's T20 World Cup 2024 triumph and the India skipper waited to click a picture with him before entering the departure gate.

With T20 World Cup 2024 triumph, The Men in Blue ended the 11-year ICC title and 13-year World Cup title drought. Also, Team India brought back the coveted T20 World Cup trophy after 17 long years, with their first victory coming in the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2007 under the captaincy of MS Dhoni, defeating arch-rivals in the Final.

With the T20 World Cup Final win, Rohit Sharma scripted history by becoming the first captain to record 50 wins in the history of T20Is.

Rohit Sharma to focus on Tests and ODIs

Following India's T20 World Cup 2024 win, Rohit Sharma announced his retirement from T20Is as he wanted to end his career for India in the shortest format on high.

Speaking at the press conference after defeating South Africa in the final, Rohit said, "This was my last game as well. I've enjoyed it since the time I started playing this format. No better time to say goodbye to this format. I've loved every moment of this. This is what I wanted - I wanted to win the cup."

After retiring from the T20Is, Rohit Sharma will be focusing only on ODIs and Tests. With the ongoing World Test Championship and next year's Champions Trophy 2024 in Pakistan, Rohit will look to contribute to Team India's success.

Rohit Sharma will be returning to the action for the ODI series against Sri Lanka, with the first match starting on August 2.

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