"We've given the responsibility to the player to be smart, to inform the management of the franchise and be in touch with Patrick (Farhart), our physio".
"Look, one day at a time".
"We know how hard it is to win in India", he said.
This was the first time Australia overcame a 0-2 deficit to win a five-match series, and they did it without their frontline pace pair of Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood.
After Australia's fantastic series win against India, cricket pundits are urging selectors to keep the Australian team intact for the World Cup. However, Rohit ultimately perished for 56 off 89 deliveries, which failed to prevent a defeat for the hosts who were defeated by 35 runs in the fifth ODI at the Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi. There was Usman Khawaja at the top of the order, he was outstanding. You don't need any motivation for the World Cup.
"Australia played with more passion, hunger and heart and they deserved to win", Kohli said in the post-match press conference.
India played 11 matches in Australia earlier this summer, squaring off in three Twenty20s, four Tests and three one-dayers.
Australian players celebrate the dismissal of India's Rohit Sharma during the final one day worldwide cricket match between India and Australia in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, March 13, 2019.
Langer wouldn't be drawn on what the result would mean regarding the World Cup but made it clear the 3-2 series win on the sub-continent carried plenty of importance for a range of reasons. "I'm really proud of the group for coming back".
Performing away from home is a great sign of player confidence, whether that be on green monsters or subcontinent Bunsen burners - and Khawaja took great credence in his good form. "I am not looking too far ahead", he said. "It's nice to get runs, but it always hurts when you don't win, and it feels so much better when you do", he said. "Even more so to get that win, to get that series win because it is not easy out here".
India's Rohit Sharma is stumped out after he lost grip of his bat while playing a shot during the final one day worldwide cricket match between India and Australia in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, March 13, 2019. I wasn't in the one-day side this time a year ago.
"It's huge. Just winning a series in India is huge". Then you have the conditions, then you have the crowds, so it's really satisfying to come back into the one-day side and contribute.