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Virat Kohli’s childhood coach reveals when Virat Kohli would retire from international cricket

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Correcting Virat’s speech in the post match conference and clearing all rumors that had brewed as a result of it, his ex coach informs about when Kohli would retire.

In the post match ceremony after the first ODI against the Windies, the winning captain of the men in blue, Virat Kohli had shocked everyone in his speech by hinting at his retirement plans. He had said that there is limited time left with him to enjoy the sport and he would dedicate his cent percent to every match he features in.

“I have few years left in my career to enjoy this sport. Playing for the country is a matter of pride and a huge honour. You can’t afford to take any game lightly. You got to be honest to the sport and that is when the sport gives you back. I try to do that.” 

This particular statement by the skipper had taken all his fans aback as they could not believe their ears. The stylish and aggressive skipper is only 29 years old and a lot more of his cricketing action is expected of him. He is currently the holder of several records and with the current form of the individual, he can break several others as well.

With 60 international centuries to his credit, it is also predicted that he would break from the world record of 100 centuries set by the master blaster, Sachin Tendulkar. With so many records yet to be broken, it would indeed be a shame to see him hang his boots at such an early age.

However, he has made a terrific comeback after that, smashing a match winning ton against the Windies in the first ODI scoring 140 off just 107 deliveries. Meanwhile, all the brewing misconceptions have been cleared by Kohli’s childhood coach, Rajkumar Sharma. He has announced that Kohli would continue playing international cricket and serve the nation with full dedication and commitment until the age of 40 years .

His unquenchable thirst for runs and his burning desire to bring laurels to the nation are justifications to this. He further added that these qualities in him would keep him free of any injury that may bring about any possibility of his choosing to retire earlier. He further corrected his post match presentation speech and clarified that it was interpreted wrongly by the fans and hence there is nothing to worry about.

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“I don’t think he wanted to say a few years. You be assured. You will see him playing for India for the next 10 years. He will not retire before the age of 40 as his appetite to make runs will not satiate before that. He did not want to say that. Kohli wanted to say that he has 5-7 years left to play the game. He is not going anywhere for the next 10 years. There is no injury concern to him.” 

Correcting Virat’s speech in the post match conference and clearing all rumors that had brewed as a result of it, his ex coach informs about when Kohli would retire.

In the post match ceremony after the first ODI against the Windies, the winning captain of the men in blue, Virat Kohli had shocked everyone in his speech by hinting at his retirement plans. He had said that there is limited time left with him to enjoy the sport and he would dedicate his cent percent to every match he features in.

“I have few years left in my career to enjoy this sport. Playing for the country is a matter of pride and a huge honour. You can’t afford to take any game lightly. You got to be honest to the sport and that is when the sport gives you back. I try to do that.” 

This particular statement by the skipper had taken all his fans aback as they could not believe their ears. The stylish and aggressive skipper is only 29 years old and a lot more of his cricketing action is expected of him. He is currently the holder of several records and with the current form of the individual, he can break several others as well.

With 60 international centuries to his credit, it is also predicted that he would break from the world record of 100 centuries set by the master blaster, Sachin Tendulkar. With so many records yet to be broken, it would indeed be a shame to see him hang his boots at such an early age.

However, he has made a terrific comeback after that, smashing a match winning ton against the Windies in the first ODI scoring 140 off just 107 deliveries. Meanwhile, all the brewing misconceptions have been cleared by Kohli’s childhood coach, Rajkumar Sharma. He has announced that Kohli would continue playing international cricket and serve the nation with full dedication and commitment until the age of 40 years .

His unquenchable thirst for runs and his burning desire to bring laurels to the nation are justifications to this. He further added that these qualities in him would keep him free of any injury that may bring about any possibility of his choosing to retire earlier. He further corrected his post match presentation speech and clarified that it was interpreted wrongly by the fans and hence there is nothing to worry about.

“I don’t think he wanted to say a few years. You be assured. You will see him playing for India for the next 10 years. He will not retire before the age of 40 as his appetite to make runs will not satiate before that. He did not want to say that. Kohli wanted to say that he has 5-7 years left to play the game. He is not going anywhere for the next 10 years. There is no injury concern to him.” 

Correcting Virat’s speech in the post match conference and clearing all rumors that had brewed as a result of it, his ex coach informs about when Kohli would retire.

In the post match ceremony after the first ODI against the Windies, the winning captain of the men in blue, Virat Kohli had shocked everyone in his speech by hinting at his retirement plans. He had said that there is limited time left with him to enjoy the sport and he would dedicate his cent percent to every match he features in.

“I have few years left in my career to enjoy this sport. Playing for the country is a matter of pride and a huge honour. You can’t afford to take any game lightly. You got to be honest to the sport and that is when the sport gives you back. I try to do that.” 

This particular statement by the skipper had taken all his fans aback as they could not believe their ears. The stylish and aggressive skipper is only 29 years old and a lot more of his cricketing action is expected of him. He is currently the holder of several records and with the current form of the individual, he can break several others as well.

With 60 international centuries to his credit, it is also predicted that he would break from the world record of 100 centuries set by the master blaster, Sachin Tendulkar. With so many records yet to be broken, it would indeed be a shame to see him hang his boots at such an early age.

However, he has made a terrific comeback after that, smashing a match winning ton against the Windies in the first ODI scoring 140 off just 107 deliveries. Meanwhile, all the brewing misconceptions have been cleared by Kohli’s childhood coach, Rajkumar Sharma. He has announced that Kohli would continue playing international cricket and serve the nation with full dedication and commitment until the age of 40 years .

His unquenchable thirst for runs and his burning desire to bring laurels to the nation are justifications to this. He further added that these qualities in him would keep him free of any injury that may bring about any possibility of his choosing to retire earlier. He further corrected his post match presentation speech and clarified that it was interpreted wrongly by the fans and hence there is nothing to worry about.

“I don’t think he wanted to say a few years. You be assured. You will see him playing for India for the next 10 years. He will not retire before the age of 40 as his appetite to make runs will not satiate before that. He did not want to say that. Kohli wanted to say that he has 5-7 years left to play the game. He is not going anywhere for the next 10 years. There is no injury concern to him.” 

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