The play was stopped due to bad light on Day 1 of the first Test between India and South Africa at Visakhapatnam. The new opening pair, Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agrawal, took India to 202/0 at Tea.
Rohit smashed his fourth Test century, becoming the first Indian batsman to score a century across all formats, as an opener. The whole Indian dressing room gave a standing ovation and applauded Rohit for his fantastic innings.
Before the play was called off, Rohit was batting at 115 off 174 balls with Mayank Agarwal holding the other end at 84 off 183 balls.
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After causing some troubles on the opening day, the weather might impact play even on Day 2.
As per the weather reports for Thursday at Visakhapatnam, it is expected to be cloudly. There is a high chance of thunderstorms towards the end of the day.