The legendary batsman, Virat Kohli, has returned to the practise pitch after a hiatus to get ready for India’s much awaited World Cup opener against Australia on Sunday. The cricketing world watched as Kohli, who is renowned for his unflinching dedication, sweated through an extended net session that was the focal point of India’s first pre-tournament practise session.
The 34-year-old, in his pursuit of perfection, started his training regimen with the traditional throw-ins and spent a significant amount of time honing his abilities before taking on the challenge provided by local net bowlers. This two-hour practise was prolonged by an additional 45 minutes, demonstrating his commitment to make up for the team’s lost warm-up games, an essential component of match simulation. This is particularly notable. While there were some questions about India’s decision to forgo their regular ODI World Cup warm-up matches due to a washout, it’s important to remember that the team had just finished a contentious three-match ODI series against Australia. The Delhi hitter didn’t play in the first two matches, but in the last ODI match in Rajkot, he showed his talent with a cool-headed innings of 56 runs off 61 balls.
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The explosive all-rounders Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja, along with the astute left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav, joined Virat Kohli in the demanding net sessions. Jadeja, who doesn’t like to stick to just one sport, started out bowling before switching to batting. gloves. Kuldeep and Pandya concentrated on their bowling technique at this time; Pandya then switched to batting for a brief but significant session.
The rest of the team, including captain Rohit Sharma, was conspicuously absent from the training session while “King Kohli” and company worked out. Sharma, however, had a good reason because he had to attend the Captain’s Day press conference in Ahmedabad to complete his obligations. Team India will conduct more intensive training sessions in the days preceding their match against Australia, honing their tactics and abilities in an effort to win the World Cup.