IND vs ENG: Other Cricketers Make Decisions About Virat Kohli, Ben Stokes, Kovid-19

Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli says that if players do not take periodic breaks from the difficult life of international cricket after the Kovid-19 epidemic, such a time will soon come. This can happen when there is no cricketer. Quality remains due to stress. Commenting on the difficult life of the bio-bubble, Kohli said it would not take long for other cricketers to follow the path of Ben Stokes. England all-rounder has withdrawn from a five-match Test series against India.

On the eve of the opening Test against England on Wednesday, Kohli said, “These breaks are very important for me to come back to rest. It is stressful to lead the team and take on the responsibilities.

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The Indian leader wants to focus on this issue so that bubble fatigue does not affect the quality of cricket. “If you don’t save players to play, it’s hard to maintain the quality of cricket,” he said. Since he (Stokes) has taken a break, most players in the future can do the same. At some point or another, players may get bored with the life of BioBubble. ‘

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On this occasion, Kohli congratulated the players who performed at the Tokyo Olympics. For India, weightlifters Meerabai Chanu (silver) and PV Sindhu (bronze) won medals at the Olympics, while Lovelina Borgohain won medal in boxing. “When we were in Durham, we all followed it (the Olympics). We enjoyed it on the big screen and on TV instead of breakfast,” Kohli said. While they (the Indian players) were doing well, we were all curious.

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