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India captain Virat Kohli is set to retire from a cricket format.

The Indian cricket team has a few programs filled in the years ahead. There are also two T20s and a 50-over World Cup in the next three years. Then Kohli is going to bid farewell to anyone of the cricket formats. It was hinted that this day, at the press conference, India’s captain Virat Kohli was heard.

This time, India captain Virat Kohli kept some eye on the context of his career. Kohli informed that he would like to say goodbye to any cricket format after just three years. Virat Kohli, the world number one batsman, has hinted at this before the first Test against India vs New Zealand.

The Indian cricket team has a few programs filled in the years ahead. There are also two T20s and a 50-over World Cup in the next three years. Then Kohli is going to bid farewell to anyone of the cricket formats. It was hinted that this day, at the press conference, India’s captain Virat Kohli was heard.

India captain Virat Kohli said at the moment that I am 31, I have been working hard for the next three years. Now I can play with ease in all three formats of cricket. I have no problem, but when I am over 35, my body will not be able to withstand so much pressure. Then you might hear me say another word, that is, any cricket format I can say goodbye to.

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