Indian skipper Virat Kohli has revealed his post-retirement plans. Kohli said he would be spent once he decides to hang his boots from the International format. The talisman right-hander said he would not be seen picking up the bat again after his retirement. Kohli said he has played a plethora of cricket in the last five years.
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Meanwhile, Virat Kohli is one of the best players in the game and has been a consistent performer in all the three forms of the game. Kohli is currently at the culmination of ICC ODI and Test rankings and he has been instrumental in the success of the team.
Kohli is the best batsman in the world.
Kohli said while talking in the pre-match press conference before the first ODI against Australia, “As far as I am concerned playing more cricket once I am done, I don’t think so I am in that zone right now (chuckles), to be honest. I have played enough cricket in the last five years and look I can’t comment on even the first thing I am going to do when I am going to retire because I don’t feel I am going to pick the bat once again when I am done, to be honest”.
“I would be spent, the day I finish, I would be totally spent and that’s the reason I am going to stop playing cricket. In fact, I don’t see myself coming back again and again. I think once I am done, I would be done and I wouldn’t seen around the scene. A holiday is good but not picking up the bat again”.
Virat Kohli has played a lot of cricket in the recent past. Kohli likes to maintain a high level of fitness which has helped him play regularly for the team. The Indian captain is fit as a fiddle and has reaped fruits for his hard work.
Meanwhile, Virat Kohli is still 30 years old and has six to seven years of cricket left in him. Kohli is at the zenith of his cricketing career and would like to continue in a similar fashion.
On the other hand, Kohli has also led India with aplomb and he has been a lone warrior on many occasions. India will lock horns with Australia on January 12 at Sydney Cricket Ground.
Here is the video in which Kohli talks about his retirement plans:
— BCCI (@BCCI) January 11, 2019