Rohit Sharma has created his name in the hall of popularity of ODI cricket by ending up being the 15th gamer in history and the 6th Indian to complete 10,000 ODI runs. Rohit is the second fastest to finish the milestone, only behind Virat Kohli, beating Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly, who were 2nd and also third on the checklist.
Rohit, Kohli, Tendulkar, Ganguly, MS Dhoni, as well as Rahul Dravid, were the various other 5 gamers to accomplish the landmark. The checklist of the four fastest gamers to finish the accomplishment is now all Indian, with Kohli as well as Rohit adhered to by Tendulkar and Ganguly. Ricky Ponting, who is 5th on the elite checklist, is the fastest non-Indian to reach the landmark.
Fastest to 10,000 ODI Runs
- Virat Kohli – 205 innings
- Rohit Sharma – 241 innings
- Sachin Tendulkar – 259 innings
- Sourav Ganguly – 263 innings
- Ricky Ponting – 266 innings
- J Kallis – 272 innings
- MS Dhoni – 273 innings
- Brian Lara – 278 innings
- Chris Gayle – 282 innings
- Rahul Dravid – 287 innings
Rohit achieved the landmark in India’s important Super 4 clash in the 2023 Asia Mug clash against Sri Lanka. A win will ensure India’s area in the last, as Rohit, along with Shubman Gill, has provided the Men in Blue an intense start after winning the toss and also batting first. Rohit has entered the video game in good form, having racked up half-centuries in India’s last 2 games against Nepal and Pakistan.
Rohit got to the milestone in trademark design by smashing a dazzling 6 off pacer Kasun Rajitha’s bowling.
Rohit has an amazing document in ODI cricket, with a standard that has currently gone across 49 and 30 centuries to his name. Only Sachin, as well as Kohli, have extra three-figure scores to their names in the 50-over style. Rohit is the only player worldwide to score more than one dual century, having reached the landmark 3 times in his job.