Virat Kohli: The first Test match will be played between India and New Zealand in Wellington from Friday.
Cricketers in the cricket world are burdened with the workload. Even Indian captain Virat Kohli has already spoken about the workload. Kohli and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson are captains who are leading the team in all formats. Due to which the pressure on them is also high.
In the press conference held on Wednesday before the match, when Kohli was asked whether he was considering leaving one format after the 2021 T20 World Cup.
In response to this question, the Indian captain clearly said that he is preparing himself for a tough three years from now. It is clear from his talk that he is not thinking of leaving any format.
The Indian captain said that instead of considering retirement from any one format, he is focusing on preparing himself for three years.
Virat Kohli accepted that the matter of fatigue and workload management needs to be discussed. However, he did not say anything else about this.
Kohli said that this is not such a discussion, which you can hide in any way. He said that he has been playing 300 days a year for almost 8 years. Which includes travel and practice sessions.
Virat Kohli admitted that when he turns 34 or 35 and the body will not be able to handle much burden, then he will have a separate conversation. But for the next two or three years, he has no problem with the three formats.