India’s top-three – Rohit, KL Rahul and Virat Kohli – have looked rusty and nowhere close to being at their fluent best, so today’s match against minnows Hong Kong could be just the right opportunity for them to get going. When Dravid and Rohit assumed charge last November, they indicated that India would henceforth adopt a more aggressive batting approach in T20s. Ten months on, the top order looks the same and they are still struggling to play their carefree brand of cricket against top-quality attacks. Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, Rishabh Pant and Deepak Hooda hit the nets on Tuesday. Jadeja, in particular, started hitting the ball right from the word go once he was done bowling casually for a few minutes.