Virat Kohli News RCB – Virat Kohli has recently revealed his feelings surrounding the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League which kicks off on September 19 in the UAE. After a significant gap in the cricketing calendar owing to the pandemic which brought the world to a halt, the cricket fans all around the world, especially India, are gearing up for the 2020 season of IPL where they will witness all their stars and favourite franchises clash against each other for the final glory: the IPL title cup.
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Virat Kohli has said in an interview that he is feeling extremely confident about his team since the 2016 season when they went ahead to play in the finals of the tournament only to lose to Sunrisers Hyderabad. He said that this season’s team contains a perfect mix of experience and youth which provides them the much-needed balance required to go ahead in the tournament. He also told that the squad is very well taken care of and he feels extremely calm about it.
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Kohli also hopes that the newfound confidence and the depth of the team would help them disconnect from the past seasons and move on to a fresh start. RCB have failed to win an IPL trophy to date. He also said that the expectations that people have from them are justified because of the skills of the players who play in the team. He specifically said that instead of focussing on the what-ifs, the team would go on to play the tournament with a hunger to win.
Talking about his most experienced and skilled batsman, AB de Villiers, Kohli said that the South African star is feeling very relaxed and confident about this season. He is coming after enjoying a good break and the fact that he is in such good mental space will help him even further in the upcoming season. He commended the player on his extraordinary fitness level.
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Talking about the COVID-19 situation and the fact that the matches would be held in just 3 venues across the UAE: Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, Kohli considers it a plus point for all teams. He said that the most hectic part of the IPL tournament is having to travel frequently and jump between cities. The reduced number of venues would make the playing field even and this very fact would increase the competition multifold.