The spirit in the Indian camp is very high ahead of the Test series against West Indies. The reason for the same is obvious. India have looked almost invincible on the tour thus far. The Virat Kohli-led side is yet to lose a single game on the tour so far.. India whitewashed West Indies 3-0 in the T20Is before winning the ODIs 2-0.

Unsurprisingly, the players are in great confidence ahead of the Test series.  Just a day before the first Test in Antigua, Virat Kohli partied with the Indian team at Jolly Beach. The supremely fit Indian players were flaunting the chiseled and toned bodies as they enjoyed their time at the beach to the fullest. The players later took to Twitter and Instagram to post the pictures of their fun session at the beach

Jasprit Bumrah was also one of them. The India pace spearhead took to Instagram to post a picture where he and Virat Kohli could be seen topless while standing in the water. The two stood out from the rest by flaunting their impressive six-pack abs. Unsurprisingly, the fans were going gaga over their fit body.

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Sun soaking with @virat.kohli and the team 🌊🌊

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Well, not only the fans but former India batsman Yuvraj Singh was also impressed with the fitness of his former teammates. Yuvraj quickly replied to the picture while praising the two as he wrote:

“Oho fitness idol”

Meanwhile,  India will be the firm favourites for the upcoming game against West Indies. Not only the current form but recent history is also in India’s favour. West Indies have not beaten India in a Test series since 2002.

India’s record in recent times is really dominating. India have the best win-loss ratio and winning percentage in Test cricket since 2016. They won 23 and lost just 8 of the 38 Tests they have played in this period.

India also have the best win-loss ratio in terms of series winning 8 of the 10 they played in the period.  During this period, India beat New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Australia, England, West Indies and Bangladesh to assert their authority. Earlier this year, India also won their maiden Test series on the Australian soil.