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IPL 2022: Something Big Is Coming For Hitman: Yuvraj Singh



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It is not just former India captain Virat Kohli, but also Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma is having a bad 2022 Indian Premier League season.

He has only scored 200 runs in 11 games this season, his lowest in an IPL season, albeit he still has three games left. With no half-century score, the runs have come at an average of 18 and a strike rate of 125. In the midst of the terrible and unlucky tournament for the current Indian skipper, former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh has made a massive prediction for MI captain.

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Yuvraj Singh on t20 cricket(Image Credits: Twitter)
Yuvraj Singh (Image Credits: Twitter)

Mumbai Indians Is Already Out Of The Race For The Playoffs

Despite Rohit’s lack of luck in the IPL, the former India batsman believes he has something great in store for him.“Hitman !! Is having some bad luck. @ImRo45 something big is coming !!!stay in a good space #Prediction,” he tweeted.

Rohit Sharma (Image Credits: IPL)
Rohit Sharma (Image Credits: IPL)

After losing nine of their 11 games this season, the Mumbai Indians have already dropped out of contention for the playoffs. With only two wins in IPL 2022, they are at the bottom of the points standings. As a result, Yuvraj is unlikely to mention the IPL.

As a result, the senior Indian cricketer must have alluded to the T20 World Cup, which will be held in Australia later this year in October. Last year, India was eliminated from the T20 World Cup in the UAE after a humiliating group-stage elimination.

Rohit has not lost a match for India in any format since taking over the captaincy, full time, from Kohli. After the IPL, India will play four T20I series before departing for Australia in October. India will play South Africa, West Indies, England and Ireland. As per some reports India is also scheduled to play against Australia. India will also feature in the Asia cup before the T20 WC.

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