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विराट कोहली का बड़ा बयान, दस साल में पहली बार एक महीने में मैंने बल्ला तक नहीं छुआ

Kohli took a sabbatical after the England tour and did not travel to the West Indies and Zimbabwe. He said, “I assured myself that you have the will and the spirit, but my body told me to stop. My mind told me to rest.

Dubai. Prolonged poor form has also affected Virat Kohli’s mental health, with the former India captain admitting that he did not even touch his bat during a month-long sabbatical ahead of the Asia Cup. Kohli has not scored a century in international cricket for almost three years and this poor form has affected him. He revealed that in an attempt to show his mental toughness, he showed the spirit on some occasions. This former Indian captain said in a program of Star Sports, “I have no hesitation in admitting that I was mentally weak.” Didn’t even touch his bat. I realized that I showed eagerness to show off on a couple of occasions.

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Kohli took a sabbatical after the England tour and did not travel to the West Indies and Zimbabwe. He said, “I assured myself that you have the will and the spirit, but my body told me to stop. My mind told me to take a break.” The mental health of players is a reality and recently Ben Stokes admitted it too. Kohli also spoke about not letting things get to you. He said, “It’s normal to have this feeling but we don’t talk about it because we are hesitant. We don’t want to appear mentally weak. Believe me, lying to be strong is far worse than being weak.” Kohli scored his last international century in 2019 against Bangladesh in a Test match in Kolkata.

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His highest score in five matches in the England Tour was 20 runs. Kohli said: “I am seen as someone who is very strong mentally and I am. But everyone has a limit and you have to recognize that limit or things can go against you. But when he came, I included him .” Kohli is now making a comeback in the Asia Cup match against Pakistan on August 28. “I want my team to win in every situation. And if that means I take my breath away when I walk off the field, then so be it.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.



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