Virat Kohli Has Perfected The Art Of Batting – Paddy Upton
Well, perhaps, in recent times, there are no interviews, which are ending without a question on the rise of the Indian skipper Virat Kohli. Much to the same, Paddy Upton, in his recent interview with News 18, was also asked the similar question, who has delivered some high praises for the owner of several batting records, especially while chasing.
Recently, Virat Kohli has entered into the club of 10,000 runs and also on top of the table in many record sheets. He is a quick run-scorer in the world cricket and aiming to overhaul the 100 centuries mark of Sachin Tendulkar in the International Cricket.
Virat Kohli – The Captain is evolving great – Paddy Upton
The head coach of Rajasthan Royals Paddy Upton quoted that India’s run-machine Virat Kohli has done incredibly well in mastering the art of batting. He believes that Kohli has got perfection in his batting to make things happen.
Further, he added the captaincy style of Virat Kohli. The head coach felt that the captaincy is a continuous learning process. Virat Kohli being a quick learner, Upton believes that Kohli is evolving perfectly to become the best in business.
”As a cricketer, Virat has perfected the art of batting. He has perfected the ability to chase down a target. And also, pace his innings depending on the circumstances in all three formats of the game,” Paddy Upton quoted.
”As a leader, his task is a complex one. The more experience that he gets, the more he’ll learn. I believe captaincy is a continuous learning process and one of evolution. Virat is doing that perfectly,” he added while speaking to News 18.
Well, Virat Kohli has been the consistent run-scorer for India, across the formats. His numbers in the recently concluded 2018 season were mind-boggling. He also finished with a stupendous batting average to his name in ODI format.
Besides that, Virat Kohli recently guided Indian National Cricket Team to their first-ever series victory in Tests in Australia. Now, he is tasked to deliver in New Zealand followed by the Australian series and ICC World Cup 2019.