Bhawna Kohli Dhingra, sister of Indian captain Virat Kohli, supported the 32-year-old’s decision to resign as team captain in the T20I format. Corley announced that he will leave the captain after the upcoming T20 World Cup.
Kohli was the Indian captain in 45 T20Is, winning 27 of them and losing only 14 times. His winning percentage as the captain ranks third, second only to former Afghanistan captain Asghar Afghan and Pakistani cricketer Sarfaraz Ahmed. In response to her brother’s decision, Bhawna stated that he had made the right decision.
“Athletes don’t just put in your passion and effort, but the wisdom to make the right decisions. Respect your insight. God bless,“Bhawna wrote on her Instagram account.
The T20 World Cup will be Virat Kohli’s last match as the captain of the T20I
Virat Kohli’s statement surprised many fans and experts. He is one of India’s most successful captains in all three formats. But the lack of an International Criminal Court trophy has always run counter to his record. Kohli is working with Rohit Sharma And Ravi Shastri.
“Understanding the workload is a very important thing. Considering the huge workload of playing all 3 formats in the past 8-9 years and regularly serving as the captain in the past 5-6 years, I feel that I need to give myself space. Fully ready to lead the Indian team in test and ODI cricket. During my tenure as the captain of the T20, I have done everything for the team. I will continue to contribute to the T20 team as a batsman.“Coli wrote.
The T20 World Cup to be held in the UAE on October 17th will be the only major T20I event that Kohli will participate in as captain. The next captain is likely to be Rohit Sharma. However, no news has been confirmed so far, and BCCI may take time to announce the new captain.