Having recovered his momentum from the T20 Asia Cup, Virat Kohli. They now want to keep it for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia as well. After some time today, the team will play their first exhibition match versus Australia. On October 23, the team must play its opening game against Pakistan. There are already discussions about Virat Kohli, 33, retiring after this T20 World Cup. Is it true that Rajkumar Sharma, Kohli's boyhood coach, has publicly discussed all of these issues? It is well known that the Indian squad was eliminated from the Super-12 round of the most recent T20 World Cup.
Rajkumar Sharma while talking to India News said, I want to clarify that this will not be the last T20 World Cup for Kohli. He has been with Team India for a long time. The hunger for form, fitness, scoring runs and winning matches is still in him. I hope he will also appear in the next T20 World Cup (in 2026). It is known that the ODI World Cup is to be played in India next year. Now the command of all three formats is with Rohit Sharma
He claimed that Kohli has attained a fantastic position and that his performance is well known. He appears alert and is motivated to succeed. He should play a significant role if India wants to win this T20 World Cup. It is well-known that Kohli got a century against Afghanistan in the most recent T20 Asia Cup. His T20 career's opening century is this one. In Australia, he has scored the most runs of any Indian batter.
Shoaib Akhtar, a former fast bowler for Pakistan, recently stated that Kohli can quit after the current T20 world to concentrate on other formats. In T20 International games, Kohli has 71 hundreds. With 100 hundreds, Sachin Tendulkar is only ahead of him.