After beating England 2-1 in the ODI series in a breathtaking final on Sunday, the captain of India and Royal Challengers Bangalore They grow kohli is preparing for the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Collie, who has already begun preparations for the tournament, shared a look from his training session. He went on Twitter on Monday and posted a video saying, “There are no days off. From now on, it’s all about #IPL speed. ”
RCB will launch its IPL 2021 campaign against defending champion Mumbai Indians in the new season on April 9. The Mumbai Indians also posted a video of their skipper Rohit Sharma arrival in Mumbai on their official Twitter handle.
Kohli had confirmed after the fifth and final T20I in the series against England that he would open the inning for RCB this year. Kohli, who usually fits under No. 3 in the shortest format and over 50, opened with Rohit Sharma in the 5th T20I to host Suryakumar Yadav in position No. 3.
RCB’s cricket operations director Mike Hesson also said Kohli’s decision to open the innings was made before the IPL auction in February.
“Of course, we talked about this before the auction because it was included in our auction planning in terms of how we wanted to structure our lineup, so it’s certainly no surprise,” Hesson said.