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Rohit Sharma. (Photo by Eddie Keogh/Getty Images)
India’s young batsmen will simply have to find
a way to cope with South Africa’s “challenging” conditions, Indian
captain Rohit Sharma said on Tuesday.
Sharma said he did not expect conditions for
the second Test, starting at Newlands on Wednesday, to be much different from
those at Centurion, where India were beaten by an innings in the first Test
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