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Will play Test on daughter’s birthday but not ODI after 3 days, what’s in Kohli’s heart?

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Team India has to tour South Africa a few days from now. Where there will be an ODI series of three Tests and then the same number of matches. But before this important tour, news of a split in Team India is coming to the fore. If reports are to be believed, both Virat and Rohit do not want to play under each other’s captaincy.

Yesterday it was reported that Rohit was ruled out of the Test series due to a hamstring injury, but will be fit till the ODIs. Now today it is being ascertained that Virat will play the Test, but due to personal reasons will not be a part of the ODI series. In such a situation, many questions are arising, whose answer everyone wants to know.

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Virat is not digesting the reason
According to the news published in our colleague Times of India, Virat Kohli had already told the BCCI that he would be on leave in the early weeks of January, as his daughter Vamika’s first birthday would be during that time. Interestingly, Wamika’s birthday is on January 11, the day the third and last Test match will begin, in which Kohli will play. Virat has expressed his inability to join the ODI series due to family compulsions.

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Rohit Sharma’s injury also in doubt

On Sunday, 34-year-old Rohit was hit in the hand while practicing on the throw down of team specialist Raghavendra alias Raghu. According to a senior BCCI source, even after this, Rohit batted. So we can assume that the injury was not serious, but it seems that after this chronic muscle injury emerged and it may take some time for him to be fully fit and available. It usually takes four weeks to recover from a muscle injury that has ruled him out of the Test series.

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Isn’t there a reason for captaincy?
Actually, Virat Kohli was not in a mood to leave the ODI captaincy yet. The news of Virat’s removal from the captaincy of T20 was also first published by Times of India. About three months after Virat left the T20 captaincy, the BCCI made Rohit Sharma the captain of ODIs in the past. The very next day, President Sourav Ganguly made a statement that he had told Kohli to step down from T20 captaincy. There has been no reaction from Cheeku on that statement so far.


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