- Virat Kohli rested from ODI and T20 series against West Indies
- Pragyan Ojha said, he just needs to score some runs, after that form is back
- Virat Kohli’s return possible in the ODI series against Zimbabwe
Virat Kohli comeback: Former Team India player and now IPL Governing Council member Pragyan Ojha has said a big thing about former Team India captain Virat Kohli. Pragyan Ojha has defended Virat Kohli on his form and said that he just needs a few runs. He said that there is no dearth in the technique or skill of Virat Kohli. He said this during a conversation with Jamie Alter.
Pragyan Ojha said, Kohli could have played the series against West Indies
Pragyan Ojha has said that he has come to know that Virat Kohli, who is resting from the series against West Indies, will be seen playing all the series this time. He says that once he gets a big innings from his bat, then he can score runs again. After that many things will change automatically. Pragyan Ojha said that he is batting well, but sometimes there is some mental aspect too. He says that the more chances Virat Kohli gets, the better it will be, because when you do not play then how will you get confidence. Ojha said that burnout could also be the reason for Kohli taking regular breaks.
There is no shortage in batting and fitness
Pragyan Ojha said that whenever he sees Virat Kohli batting, there is no lack in his technique or skill. Not only this, his fitness level is also good. But there’s one thing, maybe there’s something mentally wrong, so they’re probably taking a break after a while. He said that the West Indies series should have been played by Virat Kohli, but we also have to understand that players have been in the biobubble for a long time. It affects everyone. But if Virat Kohli had been in the West Indies series, there would have been a better chance for him to come back. However, he said that now after this series, there is to be a one-day series between India and Zimbabwe, in which Virat Kohli can also return to form. This can be good news for Team India.
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