Indian team captain Virat Kohli is one of the few players in the world who are playing regularly in all three formats of international cricket. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli has also given a statement about his retirement plan. 31-year-old Virat Kohli has said that he has been playing all three formats (Test, ODI, and T20) for the last 9 years. Meanwhile, he has also told how long he will continue to play in all three formats of Team India. In the press conference ahead of the first match of the Test series against New Zealand in Wellington, Virat Kohli has said that he can play Test, ODI, and T20 International cricket continuously for the next three years. However, in the meantime, he also has to pay attention to the workload.
In fact, Virat Kohli will cover two T20 World Cups, two ICC World Test Championships and one ODI World Cup in the next three years. The Indian team has to play the T20 World Cup consecutively in 2020 and 2021, while the team will play the ICC World Championship in 2021 and 2023. At the same time, in 2023, the Indian team has to play the ODI World Cup in India. In such a situation, after this, Virat Kohli will think about his retirement and maybe he will retire from some format.
In the press conference, Virat Kohli has said, “A big picture remains in my mind and I am preparing myself for the next three years. After this, we can have a separate conversation. I have been involved with cricket 300 days a year for the last 8 years, which includes net sessions, travel, and training. You always have to hit the ground with the same intensity. “
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