Indian team captain Rohit Sharma, who had a horror run at IPL 2022, both as captain and batting for Mumbai Indians, is finally taking a break with his family before India’s single test against England in July. Rohit Sharma is currently vacationing at an exclusive resort in the Maldives with his wife Ritika Sajdeh and daughter Samaira after MI pulled out of IPL 2022 finishing dead last in the league stages.

After two grueling months, Rohit is now in the Maldives to recharge. The Indian captain shared an Instagram post with his wife Ritika Sajdeh in the Maldives and was seen spending time in peace.

“That’s all I need for the next few days…. #DiscoverSoneva #ExperienceSoneva #SonevaJani @discoversoneva That’s all I need for the next few days…. #DiscoverSoneva #ExperienceSoneva #SonevaJani @discoversoneva” , was the caption of the post.

Rohit often spends time with his family and even travels to different destinations to have peace. Rohit was spotted heading to the Santiago Bernabeu, home of 13-time European champions Real Madrid.

The Indian fly-half has already rested for the South African tour of India. The five-game T20I series saw senior players rest including Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah.

Rohit will travel with head coach Rahul Dravid on June 15 or 16 to prepare for the England series. As a long IPL 2022 campaign draws to a close, Rohit took full advantage of the rest period and traveled to the Maldives.

For the first time in his IPL career, Rohit Sharma failed to score even a single half-century in one season. In Mumbai Indians’ last league game against Delhi Capitals on Saturday, Rohit continued his dismal run in the ongoing IPL 2022 as he was dismissed for 2 of 13.

He was caught by Shardul Thakur midway through a delivery from Anrich Nortje. However, Mumbai Indians won the game by five wickets and ended a disappointing IPL season. The “Hitman,” as Rohit is known to fans, finished a below-par 2022 IPL with the bat with 268 runs over 14 innings at a 19.14 average. His best individual score this season is 48.

(with ANI inputs)