Rohan Gavaskar has to always carry the impression of being the “not so famous son” of a famous father. Sunil Gavaskar had a rock steady temperament and near impeccable skill which have not been reflected in Rohan as much as he would have liked. He bats left handedly and in a more attacking fashion and is more vulnerable than his father. He also bowls a slow and gentle left arm spin and has made vital dismissals for Bengal. His first class average is such that he is on the periphery for high honors. In 2001-02 he was appointed the captain of Bengal and as a leader, he had 2 unimpressive seasons. For a long time, he was in contention for the national one day slot. Finally, he got a chance in the 2003-04 VB series against Australia. However, he was not selected for the next tour of Pakistan.
Rohan Gavaskar has participated in 114 matches in which he has scored 6829 runs at a batting average of 44.34. His highest score was 212 not out. He has clobbered 34 fifties and 18 centuries and has taken 62 catches. He has bowled 3746 deliveries in which 1846 runs have been scored and 37 wickets have been taken. His economy rate was 2.95, bowling average was 49.89 and bowling strike rate was 101.2.