For the Men In Blue’s pace battery, Rahul Dravid, Rohit Sharma, and former captain Virat Kohli went above and beyond to make sure that Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Hardik Pandya, and Arshdeep Singh had ample space to maneuver during the World Cup season in Australia. Team India, led by Rohit, overcame Zimbabwe on Sunday to take first place in Group 2 of the T20 World Cup 2022.

Rohit-led Team India won their group and advanced to the T20 World Cup quarterfinals with a fantastic win against Zimbabwe. The batting duo of Rohit-Kohli and head coach Dravid are reportedly thrilled about wrapping fast bowlers in cotton wool and have given up their business-class tickets for the Indian pacers after playing their crucial matches in the T20 World Cup in Australia.

The Rohit-led squad left Melbourne following their last group encounter and landed in Adelaide for their World Cup quarterfinal showdown with England. While playing in the World T20 event in Australia, the Indian team will travel about 34,000 kilometers. Since the Indian team travels back and forth to Australia for the World Cup, the think tank wants fast bowlers to have a nice journey.

The Rohit-led team’s support staff member told The Indian Express when the Men in Blue landed in Adelaide for the semi-final match against England: “Before the tournament, we determined that given the fast bowlers clock the greatest miles on field day in and day out, they need to stretch their legs. The team’s four business-class seats, which are necessary according to the International Cricket Council, are often accessible to the manager, coach, vice-captain, and captain (ICC).

The T20 World Cup phase for Team India under Rohit witnessed 8 points from 5 games. India won the tournament’s first-place trophy after defeating South Africa, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. They will now face England, the reigning global champion, in the semifinals. India will face off against the Jos Buttler-led squad on Thursday to advance to the T20 World Cup championship game.