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Virat Kohli talks on the Kovid-19 era  |  Photo Credits: AP
- India tour of England 2021 – Team India captain Virat Kohli’s press conference
- Captain Kohli’s statement regarding rest and break for players in the era of Kovid
- Recently, England’s legendary all-rounder Ben Stokes has taken an indefinite break from cricket.
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) believes that if players do not take a ‘periodic break’ from the difficult bio-bubble life of international cricket after the COVID-19 pandemic, a time may soon come when No cricketer of quality will survive because of the stress.
Terming bio-bubble’s life as difficult, Virat Kohli said that it will not take long for other cricketers to start taking the same path as Ben Stokes. The England all-rounder has pulled out of the five-match Test series against India.
Kohli said on the eve of the opening Test against England on Wednesday, “These breaks are very important for me too to come back to refresh myself. It can be stressful to be captain and shoulder the responsibility of the team. Plus, things get even more difficult if you’re inside a bubble for a long time. In such a situation, it is necessary to take breaks from time to time.
The Indian captain wants that the governess of this game should pay attention to this issue so that due to bubble fatigue, the standard of cricket will be affected.
“If you don’t have players left to play, it will be difficult to maintain the quality of cricket,” he said. As he (Stokes) has taken a break, more players can do the same in future. Players can get tired of the bio-bubble life at some stage.
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