Virat Kohli and his co-team member starts practicing ahead of IPL 2020
Ahead of the dream 11 IPL 2020, the RCB team’s gears up and start their practice sessions after their 6 days of quarantine period at UAE. Virat Kohli has been seen in cricket action after 5 months. His first net session does not seem like he has not in touch for five months. He played all the shots with full intensity and almost middle every shot he played. Whether its spin of Chahal and the pace of Navdeep Saini he played some mind blowing shots in his net session. Virat Kohli also shared pics on his Instagram profile where he mentioned “Has been five months since I step on the field. But it felt like only 6 days when I go into the nets. A great first net session with the boys “. He also stated that he did not feel any change even after having a break of 5 months. It seems that pandemic break doesn’t affect that much to Virat Kohli batting.
In yesterday’s practice sessions we see Virat Kohli saying to his team members in a hurdle that he wants intensity in the practice sessions. “We reduce the workload like I don’t want you to run for 2-2.5 hours and get tired. I want that you should practice for 4 hours but practice with a full match intensity which will help us to manage match pressure as we are playing after a long break of five months”. Earlier RCB doing its training in Dubai, but due to some protocol reasons, Now they have to practice in Sharjah.
In a recent interview, Navdeep Saini said about its first session after a long time. He stated that ” the intensity is growing day by day and it feels good to have here after a long break. The seniors are guiding me all the way through how to cope up with the practice with the same intensity as earlier after a five months gap”.
Earlier, in a live session with Ab de Villiers, Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli talking about his 12 years amazing journey with RCB. He added that he is thankful to the franchise for all his love and care. He also thanks RCB fans for their unconditional support. He mentioned “AB you have been with the team for nine years. We came close to the title thrice but could not cross the line. It’s my dream to win IPL for RCB fans and their love. I want to lift that trophy with you AB”. He also added to his statement that he never going to leave RCB even if we play badly in some seasons. He said all this in a live interaction with Ab de Villiers who also seen in great form during his net sessions. This Time Virat Kohli seems to be very focused to win a maiden IPL trophy for RCB after 12 years.