IPL 2022: Virat Kohli Wanted Some Space, Commented on RCB Captaincy

Virat Kohli, who stood down as Royal Challengers Bangalore captain at the end of the 2021 IPL season, said he wanted some space to manage his workload.
IPL 2022: Virat Kohli Wanted Some Space, Commented on RCB Captaincy

IPL 2022: Virat Kohli Wanted Some Space, Commented on RCB

Virat Kohli, who stood down as Royal Challengers Bangalore captain at the end of the 2021 IPL season, said he decided to allow himself some space and manage his workload. Kohli confirmed his intention to step down as IPL captain after stating that the T20 World Cup will be his final event as India's captain in the shortest format.

He was then dismissed as ODI captain before stepping down as five-day captain.

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Statements of Virat Kohli on Leaving Captaincy

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Statements of Virat Kohli on Leaving Captaincy

"I'm not the type of person who hoards stuff more than necessary. Even though I know I can accomplish a lot more, if I don't love the process, I won't do it" Kohli, one of the modern-day greats, discussed losing the captain's armband on "The RCB Podcast."

People, according to the previous RCB and India captain, find it very hard to appreciate what a cricketer feels when making such judgments.

"Because people can't realize your decisions until they're in your shoes." People on the outside have their expectations Oh! How did that happen? We are so shocked’,” said Kohli, who is about to play his 100th Test.

"There is nothing to be surprised about." I explain to people that I needed some space and to manage my workload, and that's where the narrative stops."

From the first season of the IPL until last season, RCB has never claimed the cash-rich competition. Kohli patched things up by declaring, "There was nothing at all." He was referring to all of the talks that people had regarding his choice. I keep my life straightforward; when I am required to make a decision, I took one and proclaimed it.

"I didn't want to think about it or worry about it for another year." That would have did not affect me or the environment in which I live. Quality of life is really important to me. And the standard of cricket is very important to me."

"Over time, you want to do what you're doing day in and day out and accomplish more than you can, but at the close of the day, you have to recognize that quality is far more essential than quantity," Kohli highlighted.

The exquisite batting lineup batter also stated that he's already remained true to himself.

"There is quantity in hard labor, but quality in execution." That is crucial. If you prioritize quantity over quality in execution, you will burn out. If I can't be myself in my everyday life and on the field, I'll alter something."

"Because it's who I am." That is why I am in this position. And it is because of this that people can relate to me on some level. My loved ones, individuals close to me, and my friends were drawn to me because of that characteristic since I've always been myself," he resigned.

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