Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma, fielding coach Jonty Rhodes unwind after six successive wins

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first_imgThe hectic schedule of the Indian Premier League takes a toll on players and sometimes they have to take a short break to recharge their batteries. Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma did something similar and opted to play table tennis with his wife Ritika Sajdeh to unwind himself ahead of the blockbuster clash against Rising Pune Supergiant on Monday.Nothing seems to be going wrong for Mumbai Indians in the 10th season of the Indian Premier League. They are on the top of the points table and have a six-match unbeaten run.They face Rising Pune Supergiant in the second Maharashtra derby this season after Steve Smith’s team inflicted their only defeat of the season at Pune in the season opener.  Wankhede seems to be fortress and their win over Delhi Daredevils was their fourth in as many matches at home.Rohit hasn’t yet shone with the bat, but he was seen letting his hair down in an table Tennis session with wife Ritika Sajdeh, posting a video of it on Instagram. Schooling the wife at TT @ritssajdehA post shared by Rohit Sharma (@rohitsharma45) on Apr 23, 2017 at 6:22am PDTJohnty Rhodes, Mumbai Indians fielding coach, posted a video on twitter playing his daughter ‘India’ on her [email protected] fielding practice #indiarhodes #dontdropthechild pic.twitter.com/lwoSmM4Hju- Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) April 17, 2017He also posted a picture with a caption, “Happy Birthday baby India; 2 today #landofyourbirth”Happy Birthday baby India; 2 today #landofyourbirth pic.twitter.com/RGVxmXRjRv- Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) April 23, 2017Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wished the 2-year-old, saying, “Happy birthday to India, from India. :)”Happy birthday to India, from India. 🙂 https://t.co/DbOZFEKLe9advertisement- Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 23, 2017last_img

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